Pieced

The other day I mentioned I was going to piece a couple more Quick Strippies so I could use them for practice when the new longarm gets here and I pulled a couple “kits”. While I have a bin that I toss my novelty prints in, every now and then I go ahead and pull the coordinating fabrics from stash and put them all together so I can grab one and go. I decided I’d make these two.

I started with the animal print – it’s not directional but with such a large motif I wanted to decide ahead of time which way was up so I lined it all up on my design wall after I got the smaller strips sewn together.

And just like that, the top is done!

Instructions for the Quick Strippie can be found on my MaryQuilts.com website at this link.

I also got the last Maine Happy Block top loaded on the longarm. If I feel energetic enough tonight I’ll get that started, if not I’ll work on it tomorrow.

6 thoughts on “Pieced

  1. More adorable novelty prints. I’ve made several of these and really appreciate your instructions. So simple and showcases the fun prints so well. I may need to see what I might have hiding in the stash to make another.

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  2. Cute, cute, cute and so simple! This is a good pattern for a quick baby quilt too. Can’t wait to see your bowtie quilt all quilted. It’s also a very cute quilt.

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  3. Those both are so, so cute! Seeing how precious these simple little “quickie” quilts turn out has really inspired me! I have a couple of novelty prints in mind to give’em a try (in fact, I’m going to move them WAY up the “to-do” list after seeing these!!). Thank you so much for sharing both the pictures/inspiration & the pattern!

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  4. Quick Stripes are a favorite “GO TO” for me, and the perfect pattern to get me back into my quilting groove when I have taken a break. Like you, I have just started keeping three coordinating fabrics together. So much easier. Thanks for all the great posts, tips and quilting.

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  5. Love them both. I made a quick strippy with the whales and a solid navy thin stripe and aqua wavy print. That was for the Houston flooding and I had had the fabrics in my stash long enough for them to be a first choice so you are holding the fabrics awhile.

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