Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Fat Quarter Flourish autumn bundles


Hello quilting friends! After I posted about my autumn quilt ideas earlier this week, I got to thinking that I would love to see my Fat Quarter Flourish pattern sewn up in fall fabrics. So, I mocked up some options using green, orange and black prints from Fig Tree’s Farmhouse II collection.

The great thing about my Fat Quarter Flourish pattern is that it only requires five fat quarters to make the top. And you can easily switch up the fabric placement depending upon what looks best to your creative eye!

Here is the fat quarter bundle I created from my dwindling inventory of Farmhouse II.


Here are four different options I tested out on the computer. Which one do you like best?





Fat Quarter Flourish finishes at 20” square and makes a pretty statement as a wall hanging or table topper! Here is a photo of my original Fat Quarter Flourish.


And here is my Christmas version of Fat Quarter Flourish. This is such a versatile pattern!


I have a limited supply of the darling Farmhouse II fat quarter bundles listed on my Etsy shop.  The Fat Quarter Floursh pattern (both digital and print) is also available on my Etsy Shop.

Thanks for stopping by today!

~Taunja



22 comments:

  1. The first or the third quilt. :) Love the fabrics, of course!

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  2. LOOOOVE the top one...definitely my Favorite! :)

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  3. They are all pretty but I do love the third one!

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    1. Thanks Elizabeth! It's fun to hear which one grabs people!

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  4. The first one! I just love it.

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  5. The first one is my favorite - love it!!

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  6. I have that fabric collection! May have to put this one on my todo list!

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  7. Love the colors of the fabric and the mini quilt. Love them all.

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  8. I like 1,2, and 4. Three is too much black for me. I really like 2, and the refreshing light border to match the center.

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  9. Taunja, all of these are adorable.
    I can see this pattern is so many colors. Oh I could make it really sweet.
    !! I can't decide which I like best. All of then are striking

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  10. I love the 1st one, because it really highlights the center block!

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  11. Option #3 is the one I would choose to stitch!

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    1. I do like how the black corners POP on that one! Thanks!

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