Assembled

The little Monster Strippie is assembled. I never get tired of these, they turn out so cute! The stripe and paw prints were not bought with the monster print — it’s one excuse I have for keeping a large stash — I love being able to pull fabrics for a quilt like this from stash but I do buy cute novelty fabrics when I come across them. A yard is all it takes for one of these.

Brief instructions are on my website if you want to make one too!

A couple more bins were emptied but it’s getting harder to find the easy ones! I’ve got at least a couple that I think are just going to be stuffed in the back of a closet for now

8 thoughts on “Assembled

  1. Donna

    How adorable! I also like to have novelty prints on hand so when inspiration strikes, I have some to use. I like the monster print. Color combo is great in that top. I will check out the instructions for that one. I enjoy sewing for kids. Thanks.

  2. Angie

    I’ve made a few of the Strippie quilts, and like you mentioned, they are fun! Easy to machine quilt too. Love yours! The Monsters are so silly!

  3. Marianne

    So cute! I need to make one from my kiddie prints. My to do list is too darn long! So just what makes an easy box?! Sorry you are out of them!

  4. Shirley

    Love the bright cheery colors! I have made the strippie quilts using your instructions for my Church guild when I am pressed for time and our supply of quilt tops is low.

  5. Marky

    Your Strippie pattern is my favorite “go to” design! I’ve made 28 so far and grab cute novelty prints when I can find them, with this pattern in mind. Currently I have 2 tops pieced ready for quilting, and 6 kitted to stitch. My brother frequently asks for baby quilts to give as gifts and this is the perfect pattern. For adults I add a border and the quilt turns out the perfect couch sized nap quilt. The adult version has been especially appreciated by those recovering from surgeries, or in cancer treatment. Lately I’ve been backing the Strippies with polar fleece, making batting unnecessary and the quilts especially cuddly. They wash up beautifully! I just never get tired of this pattern. Thanks so much for sharing it!!!!

  6. Crystal

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again…these quilts are so much fun! Quick and easy and they look adorable. I sure make them frequently…donating them to a local NICU in my area. They get to go home with the baby.

    I’ve used your pattern to teach many a young girl to quilt! Built in success for sure.

    Thanks so much for sharing,

    Crystal in Cedar City

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