Meet the Daphne Quilt!

Meet the Daphne Quilt!

This year two of my goals are to write more patterns that use scraps and write a couple more beginner friendly patterns. Today I am going to introduce you to the Daphne Quilt which meets both of those goals!

The Daphne Quilt in Sugar Maple - Kitchen Table Quilting

When I was designing this pattern, I wanted something that would be visually interesting and also let the fabrics/colors used in the quilt really shine. These blocks are on the larger-ish size so there is plenty of real estate to show off those fabrics — these larger blocks also mean the quilt is quick to put together and a fast, fun project for quilters of all skill levels.

The Daphne Quilt in Sugar Maple - Kitchen Table Quilting

Scraps are a great choice for this quilt and I love would to make a scrappy rainbow version soon. It would be so much fun to have each of the diagonal stripes be a different color in the rainbow.

A Scrappy, Pink Daphne Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting

There are directions in the pattern for baby size all the way up to king size — yay! All sizes are fat quarter friendly (everything but the baby size also has the option for using 1/2 yard cuts if you want to use fewer fabrics). 

The Daphne Quilt in Forest Forage - Kitchen Table Quilting

I have 3 samples to share with you this week + I will be putting together some mockups to share as well — this pattern is super versatile and can work with just about anything. 

The Daphne Quilt in Sugar Maple - Kitchen Table Quilting

You can find the PDF and paper versions of the Daphne Quilt in my shop and on sale through the end of the week!

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Kirsten on

I love it! This looks fun to make! It would be fun to play with different combos of fat quarters to come up with the various quilt ideas. I have another baby boy grandchild on the way and some favorite fat quarters. I’ve been waiting for the perfect pattern to use them.

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