Often simple is best.
Start with a couple of charm packs (I used Moda’s Regent Street lawn) and two metres of a solid fabric (I used Bella Solid in off-white).
Cut the solid into 124 individual 5 inch squares. Sew the charm squares and solid squares together randomly into 16 rows with 13 squares in each row. Then sew the rows together.
As you can’t always find a fence tall enough I had to photograph the finished quilt hanging sideways. The quilt is 72 inches by 58 inches which is easily big enough for a single bed or as a large throw for the sofa.
Here is a close up showing the backing and detail of the quilt.
The lawn fabric is beautifully soft and silky giving the quilt a luxurious feel. And the long arm quilting in Curlz adds a lovely texture.
This quilt design is based on the Lazy Daisy pattern by Jeni Baker. It is a easy, simple pattern that is perfect for beginners.