Skip to My Lou Quilt Pattern - Throw Quilt in Sunday Stroll by Bonnie and Camille!

Skip to My Lou Quilt Pattern - Throw Quilt in Sunday Stroll by Bonnie and Camille!

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Meet Skip to My Lou, a fun charm pack or layer cake quilt pattern.  This is a Throw quilt made with Sunday Stroll by Bonnie and Camille for Moda Fabrics.  This quilt top was made by my sewist Kare.

Oh Those Fabrics!

Sunday Stroll is just as beautiful as previous Bonnie and Camille fabric collections, and includes their signature colors and prints. This one adds a new color - gray! There's gray, red, apple green, pink, aqua, and white, and of course they've included beautiful florals, checks, and stripes! You'll find Sunday Stroll right here, here, and here.

The light background is the white with navy dots from the Sunday Stroll collection, and the dark background is the navy with white dots, also from the collection.

Longarm Quilting

This quilt is quilted with a figure-eight design in white thread on my Handi Quilter Fusion with ProStitcher.

All the Quilt Sizes!

Skip to My Lou includes all of the quilt sizes - 5 in all - Baby, Throw, Twin, Queen, and King.  Whatever quilt size you are wanting to make, this pattern has you covered!

Precut Friendly!

Skip to My Lou is a 5" charm square- and 10" layer cake-friendly quilt pattern.  Choose light and dark contrasting fabrics, and you're all set!  In this quilt, the lightest and darkest fabrics in the Sunday Stroll collection weren't removed, and it turned out just fine, so don't worry about this overly much.

Binding Love!

Polka dot binding makes a fun finish to the quilt.  Be brave - make your bindings pop!  :)

The Skip to My Lou quilt pattern is available in the Busy Hands Quilts shop.

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