💕🧵The new Villa Rosa Patterns arrived for November. 💕🧵
👉If you love 2 1/2" strips (and have stripped, unsure what pattern to use to make them with) and love table toppers, along with quilts using Fat Quarters, this is your month!
💪Also, between us, I have some fabric in mind for all the patterns, so if you don't have the fabric in mind, fear not - I've got your back because matching fabrics is one of my super patterns. Or the superpower is growing up a quilt shop since cloth diapers.
🙌Because gifting sewn projects to your favorite people is legendary.🙌
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We're going to mix it up this month, and I will share the two Table Topper patterns first and then the quilt patterns. Also, LOVE WHAT YOU SEE. Intently download the patterns to gather your fabrics immediately. Here's the website for instant pattern downloads.
First, choose your arrangement of orange hues for the different pumpkins, then I love the pattern and how they went with a cream color background. Also, you'll need a piece of green scrap fabric for the pumpkin stems.
Quick and easy! Pumpkin Table Topper for you to ensure on Thanksgiving or make for one of your favorite people. You could easily make the Table Topper longer or turn a few extra pumpkin blocks into placemats. Let's make this together and give a gift to someone you love on Thanksgiving.
All you need is 5" Charm Pack Squares.
* 40 - 5" Squares
Brilliant Table Topper size messaging at 14" x 35"! However, if it's too tiny, add more 5" Squares. After you cut the 5" Square, the Gumdrops will go together quickly.
Table Topper would be fun to use remaining quilt fabric scraps as a bonus gift for someone special.
Here's a fun and playful Quilt only using 2 1/2" strips (plus there's an optional border)
The Quilt is entirely made from 2 1/2"- strips.
You'll cut half of the strips a few different ways, then take the other half of the pile and cut the strips into different cuts. Then the background will be cut into three cuts. Plus, there is an optional border using the background fabric to really frame out the Quilt.
You can't go wrong with choosing fabric colors for this Quilt. You could use Bali fabrics, autumn seasonal fabrics, or even a 40 - 2 1/2"-strips Jelly Roll pack lying around your sewing room just wanting to be sewn.
Again, just like the last pattern, you'll need 2 1/2" strips but only 30 - 2 1/2"-strips, and for the background fabric, you'll need 2-yards cut into 3 1/2"- strips.
Take each of the 2 1/2"-strips and you'll cut them two different ways.
Then, the background will be cut into 20 - 3 1/2" strips.
The Quilt would be a remarkable quilt for Quilts of Valor in Red, White, and Blue, or I really love the neutral colors they used in the pattern.
Choose any 12 Fat Quarters. This Quilt is a great way to highlight your favorite fabrics! Or, thinking of one of your favorite people, who could you make a quilt for using fabrics of their favorite colors, season, or even beautiful fabrics that remind you of them.
You'll first take 8 Fat Quarters and cut them into one strip, then turn that one strip into two rectangles. Then, take 4 Fat Quarters and cut them into two strips and mini rectangles. And finally, cut the background into 1 1/2"-strips and then the remaining into 2 1/2"-strips.
All you need is 12 Fat Quarters plus a neutral background color.
Again, this Quilt is a great way to highlight your favorite fabrics!
Highlight your favorite fabrics! You can't go wrong with this quilt pattern.
*DON'T CHOOSE DIRECTIONAL FABRICS* (because of the way you'll need to cut the Fat Quarters)
Again, this could be a great quilt for someone who enjoys earth-tone colors. Red, White, and Blue themed fabrics. Or again, while or after you've gone on a Shop Hop this would be amazing to use Fat Quarters you'll collect from the trip. And again, the Corner Squares are 36 - 5" Squares, so if you have a tonal charm pack, here's what you could use with them.
This Quilt is gorgeous! I love the bright color with a black background to pop the bright color fabric. This would be brilliant with Bali fabrics.
Please don't panic, fellow Quilting your Legacy Monthly Challenge Legacy Besties *I've got your back. This pattern doesn't require Half-Square Triangles, and you could easily watch the YouTube video I made a few weeks ago on how to make 8-at-time Half-Square Triangles to ensure you speed up the process. (A few months ago, our quilting challenge was Half-Square Triangles, and we might have made too many of them.) 🥰
🎥 WATCH THE VIDEO ON HOW TO MAKE 8-at-a-Time Half Square Triangles by CLICKING HERE
Oh my! Seriously, I LOVE these star-burst blocks! It's four exploding start blocks with an eye-catching background color fabric.
1 7/8-yard Background
2 - Middle color fabrics 1/8-yard each (inner star points)
4 - Outside color fabrics 3/8-yard each (outer rings and centers)
Choose your favorite method of making Half-Square Triangles and take the background and bright tonal fabric to create the Half-Square Triangles.
* All of the strips are cut across the width of the fabric.
You'll need to make Half-Square Triangles using the background and bright tonal fabric to create the Half-Square Triangles. But also, you'll be cutting squares to make this fantastic bursting Quilt.
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Together we're going to create lasting Quilts and Table Toppers for you to enjoy along with your favorite people.
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