Day Trip Quilt Pattern

Are you ready to go on a day trip?! The Day Trip quilt pattern is now available!

I am honestly obsessed with vintage quilts so I was inspired to make a quilt that combined both traditional and modern design. Who doesn’t love a good classic quilt with a contemporary vibe?!

The pattern comes with two variations…a traditional version, which uses 4 colors/prints and a scrappy version, which is fat quarter friendly and a great way to use up your stash!

If you’re wondering, the fabrics in the above photos are all Ruby Star Society fabrics! The floral print is Lindley Lawn in Periwinkle by Kim Kight and the pink and purple solids are from the Speckled collection coming soon from Rashida Coleman-Hale!

And did I mention that the blocks are huge?! They are straightforward, beginner friendly and a fairly quick sew!

The above photos showcase the scrappy version of Day Trip! So many options and possibilities with different fabrics! Like I said early, the pattern is FQ friendly but also allows for you to use up smaller scraps if you desire.

Let me share my last traditional version with you!

The above quilt is created with fabrics from the Kensington Collection by Shannon McNab for Hawthorne Supply Co. I love the classic colors and how bold they are in this pattern!

As with every quilt pattern I create, I have some amazing testers work through it and sew up their own versions of the quilt. I’m forever thankful to these wonderful ladies! Now get ready to enjoy their versions:

Nuria of FabricStork

Genna of WetMountainQuiltCo

Wendy of the.weekendquilter

Nicole of NicoleHopeDesign

Kelly-Anne of MyStitchingJournal

Claire of ClaireAndHerCrafts

Emily of HomemadeEmilyJane

Morgan of @MorganKellyQuilts

Joy of @TheMakingsOfJoy

Sam of @SamSGillam

Sarah of @Sarahsew_sew

Get your Day Trip quilt pattern HERE! And be sure to tag me on instagram when you’ve sewn yours up. I would love to see it!

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