It’s An Easy One to Make, Too, and You Can do so Much with This Pattern!
This complex-looking quilt is surprisingly easy to make. Simple piecing and fusible applique are all it takes to create these lovely tulips to enjoy all year long.
Make it up in your favorite spring colors. Go soft or vivid, and even consider changing the background color.
The pattern is very versatile, too. The tulip blocks can be arranged however you like. Use as many as you need to make a table runner, pillow, wall quilt and more.
The following examples from the quilt along featuring this pattern are sure to give you some great ideas.
Erika from Confessions of a Home Schooler made all the tulips stand upright in her version.
Taunja from Carried Away Quilting made three blocks into a charming pillow. Learn more here.
Kristen from 3 in the Nest made a lovely table runner from the tulip blocks. Learn more.
Patty at Elm Street Quilts squared off the tulips and made a mini quilt as well as a runner. Learn more.
As you can see, there are any number of things you can do with this wonderful pattern. Let your imagination guide you as you make your own special tulip quilt project.
The pattern, from It’s Sew Emma, includes instructions for four quilt sizes.
- Crib – 32.5″ x 42.5″
- Lap – 48.5″ x 64.5″
- Twin – 64.5″ x 86.5″
- Queen – 88.5″ x 97.5″
Learn about this pattern and see more adaptations created during the quilt along sponsored by The Fat Quarter Shop here.
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