Kayla’s Weekend Charmer

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Kayla brought a quilt top for me to quilt for her.  It’s a cutie and it’s simple and easy…it’s one of Kayla’s designs.

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She did it as a free pattern on her blog with instructions broken up into three different days.  You can find the instructions by following the links.

Day One:  Cutting
Day Two: Sewing a block together
Day Three:  Assembling the top

It’s made with 50 5″ charm squares along with a little extra yardage…perfect for a quick baby quilt!

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I am tempted to hit my scrap box and quickly sew one up.

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I ended up using a favorite quilt design and some pastel variegated thread.

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All in all it’s a great little quick and easy baby quilt.  I want to try this out only make it bigger.  It would be a great scrap buster!!

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As shown here it finishes at about 40″ x 40″.  I think Kayla named it appropriately as it truly can be made in a weekend, made with charm squares and is charming…and that’s Weekend Charmer.

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Comments

  1. Elizabeth says:

    Thanks for sharing. I think this would make a great comfort quilt when made a little larger.

  2. I can see this being a great stash buster. I’m going to have to try this one weekend.

  3. I need a stash buster, so I will try! Thanks for sharing, your guilt is a beauty.

  4. Myra says:

    Can’t wait to try this one, and Ruby is charming as usual.

  5. Barbara F. says:

    Congrats on making the cover!! It’s a beautiful quilt, and I love the simplicity of using the solids. :o)

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