Meet the Stella Quilt Pattern!

Meet the Stella Quilt Pattern!

Wow, I feel like this pattern has been in the works for so long! I am so glad that I finally get to share it with you. 

Meet the Stella Quilt Pattern. This quilt uses a combination of fat eighths and fat quarters (for the lap and baby sizes) which makes it the perfect project for a bundle of fabrics. 

The Stella Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilting

Inspired by Nordic knitwear, the Stella Quilt is easy and fun to put together. The pattern is super versatile and works well with seasonal fabrics, prints, and solids (and I will have samples of all of those to share this week!). 

The Stella Quilt in Spooky 'n Witchy 4

The Stella Quilt Pattern has instructions for baby, lap, twin, and queen sizes. This pattern actually took me (a lot!) longer to write than any other pattern in my shop, but that was because I was trying to make the instructions as simple as possible. Each quilt size is constructed of just 6 different types of columns, so making the quilt is actually much more straightforward that it appears.

The Stella Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilting

In addition to the normal coloring pages, I made a sheet of printable fabric labels. I found these to be super helpful when making my own samples of the pattern to help me keep track of everything. 

The Stella Quilt Pattern Fabric Requirements - Kitchen Table Quilting

I will be sharing lots more about all 4 of my quilt samples this week. In the meantime, you can pick up your copy of the Stella Quilt Pattern in my shop!

Comments 3

Rita Sammons on

I’ve just ordered this beautiful pattern and can hardly wait to make it!

Carolyn on

Erica, what a beautiful pattern! You have created so many fun patterns, but this is definitely one of my favorites!

Cindy on

My grandma’s name was Stella and when I saw this i had to have immediately! I can’t wait to get going on this. I love all of your patterns.

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