This is one of favorite quilts. Super simple and it looks good to me every time I see it. Here is the pattern. I will post a more detailed pattern later but I wanted to get this one up today.
If you make one of these, I’d love to see it. Email me a picture!
Such a gorgeous blog and quilts! Love it!
I have used your pattern to make a quilt for my son and soon to be bride. I can’t wait till I get it done. Have just a bit to do in one block and then will send a picture of the top. Can’t quite decide how I am quilting it yet though!
Umm, I think the Yellow block should be 8.5 x 12.5, not 20.5 and the black shashing on the far right should be 64.5 inches long, not 16.5. Am I reading this correctly?
Yes, you are correct. Thank you so much Jennifer for bringing it to my attention. I will get in there and fix it ASAP.
Still is not fixed, were you intending on changing the picture? Or should we just follow the comments below where it addresses the correct size?
Sorry Barbara, I am in the middle of some very big projects and honestly don’t know when I am going to be able to get to it. Good luck!
I BUY enough for shashing.. measure then cut…can be diaster if you pre-cut sashing for boarder…ahead of time
I’m just starting to learn this waiting to take a class. This is so cute
Thanks so much Danielle.
do you have fabric quantities required?
Sorry Yvonne, I don’t have the exact fabric quantities. I’m afraid I am not that precise a quilter. When I start a new quilt, I sort of figure out an approximate amount and then buy a little more than that. Good luck!
Nice, I’m looking to make a couple simple quilts.
Thank you for sharing.
Enjoyed every bit of your forum post.Much thanks again. Fantastic. Thornsbury
Cute quilt! To add to Jennifer’s comment, I think the center black sashing should be 42.5″ (not 22.5″). I’ve decided to just cut lots of 2.5″ black sashing, use what you need, and have leftovers to use in a scrappy quilt.
Good idea, that is pretty much what I did too.
I would like to see how you put it together can you give that info
Hi Sandra, I’m afraid I didn’t take pictures of each step. I tried to show how I put it together with the illustrations. I’m sorry if that isn’t plain enough. Good luck!
Basically any line you can draw horizontally from side to side or vertically top to bottom can be a “block”. So the bottom 3 pieces become block 1. Now the black vertical line about the middle becomes the next division. All fabric pieces to the left become Block 2 and all fabric pieces to the right become block 3 or that can be divided into blocks 3 and 4 vertically again. Add black sashing as required.
I love the pattern. I want to try to make a keepsake t-shirt quilt using it. Thank you for the post.
You’re welcome! I hadn’t thought of using it for a t-shirt quilt. Great idea! I’d love to see it when it is done.
Just the inspiration I’ve been looking good for. Thanks so much for the pattern!
Sorry to ask but my son died recently and want to make a cover from his t shirt motifs cut them out backed them but have you used a large piece of fabric then put the motifs onto it ?
Jennifer, Forgive me for not getting back to you earlier, I am just seeing your comment this morning.
I’m so sorry about your precious boy! My heart aches for you. This is something you and I have in common.
As for your quilt (such a wonderful way to remember him!), I haven’t put smaller pieces on one large piece of fabric before but that is a great idea. It would stabilize the t-shirt fabric without having to back each piece. How will you attach them? Please let me know how it turns out.
Ah, i see. Well tha’ts not too tricky at all!”
Now I feel stdpiu. That’s cleared it up for me
Do you have a pattern available?
Look at the post Bauhaus Quilt Expanded for the pattern. yellowbugquilts.com/bauhaus-quilt/
THis may be a stuped question, but are the measurements the cut sizes or the finished sizes? Do I need to add 1/2″ for seam allowance?
Not a stupid question. These are the measurements I cut. Good luck!
What size is it like to make a full size on please
I didn’t make one that large so I don’t have the measurements for a full size. Sorry.
Thanks for sharing
Is that the size of a twin?
No, this quilt, I believe, is 50.5″ x 64.5″. An average twin is 39″ x 76″. Here is a link to common quilt sizes for future reference.
Underbar, har länge funderat på att sy en Mondian klänning
I really like this one! I have a couple of ideas that need to be tried on this. Our quilt guild is having a challenge for our next show for a two-color quilt. Hmmmm This could get very interesting. Thanks for sharing.
I made this quilt out of purples. Can’t post a picture yet because it’s a gift. It was easy to make following the picture. Thank you.
I am super into purples this year! I can’t wait to see it.
LUV IT… JUST 3 BLOCKS… LEFT… RIGHT AND LOWER
I just saw this on Pinterest and love it. I’m going to try to do a sort of quilt as you go thing and also make the blocks scrappy instead of one color. Thanks so much for doing this for us.