I've got something fun to share with you today, check out this Stereo Quilt I made using Tula Pink's newest fabric line, Eden. I also used fabrics from Tula Pink's True Colors collection.
After some plotting and planning the layout and where I wanted each block to go, I started chain piecing.
There was a lot of fussy cutting that happened to make this quilt.
And there was even more fussy cutting. If you choose to make a Stereo quilt like this, you'll probably be best cutting from yardage or fat quarters rather than using the 10" squares that are the fabric requirements to make Stereo.
Perfect points matching up makes me happy.
The finished quilt top:
I used Tula Pink's Free Fall to back the quilt. Normally, I don't pre-wash my fabrics. Since this was one big piece of red fabric, I did pre-wash with Soak before I sent it off to be quilted.
I'm going to bind it in the grey lazy stripe from Tula Pink's True Colors collection.
Here it is as soon as it came home from the quilting spa, after Angela Walters worked her magic on it:
Tula Pink Free Fall was a perfect choice for the back.
Want to make a lap size Stereo like mine? Here is what you will need. Please note that this is more than the 65 - 10" Squares listed on the pattern because of the creative fabric placement. I suggest getting FQs, 1/3 Yard cuts or 1/2 Yards cuts to do fussy cutting if you desire.
Ready for a giveaway? One lucky winner will receive this Eden Fat Quarter bundle + my Stereo pattern.
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4. Simple as that!!
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