Out for a Stroll is a great way to learn to piece quilts on point. There are two basic blocks in this quilt and then some are just cut in half to make the setting triangles. So you can learn to piece on point without all of the hassle of sashing. So great!!! It finishes at 70" x 88" so it makes a great size for snuggling up in or for a twin size bed!!!
I used Yardage to make my Out for a Stroll quilt, which you can do as well. But it is also an amazing scrap buster!!! Especially if you want to use up a bunch of low volume scraps :) And you don't have to do black and white, just pick two favorite colors and then add one additional color for pop!!!
Out for a Stroll is a wonderfully fun geometric designs that looks so much harder to make than it actually is. You really can put this together in no time. And it makes a great teen gift because of its more modern feel. This quilt was actually gifted to my niece for her High School Graduation. It is fun to think that she is now married, finished college, and starting a career as an amazing graphic designer!!!
And that is my Out for a Stroll Quilt!!! I hope you have enjoyed today's Tutorial Throwback Thursday as much as I have!!! And maybe you can make Out for a Stroll for someone special to you!!! To make your own Out for a Stroll quilt just click on any of the project name links for the free step by step tutorial. And when you are done, I would love to see your Quilts!! You can email me a picture at firstname.lastname@example.org, post it to social media with #happyquiltingwithmc :) I can't wait to see your Out for a Stroll!!!
Thanks for popping in today!!! I hope you all have a very Happy Quilting Day!!!!
The link is to Moda Bakeshop All in a Row not the quilt shown in this postReplyDelete
Sorry, I just fixed that ;)Delete
Thank you Melissa! I need to bust some scraps and a two block quilt seems perfect.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing the pattern! Have a wonderful day :)ReplyDelete