Peaches & Cream Quilt – Free Pattern

Hi loves! What a pleasure to meet you here. We are very happy to have your company and to be able to share so many beautiful things that different artisans make available to us. It’s every amazing pattern that we love and test that we’re bringing you little by little. Today we are going to learn the Peaches & Cream Quilt. Another beautiful tutorial, very detailed and with all the tips we need to complete this quilt.

An incredible mix of prints and colors that with a base color makes all the difference. They match and each one seems to be a different highlight. If you’re just starting to quilt, it’s normal to be a little more apprehensive about matching. But from the photos you can see that the tones complement each other. So, in the beginning, be inspired by the colors of the environment, the colors that have already been used.

Over time you will learn to make beautiful combinations, I’m sure. Let’s talk about today’s pattern. To make this quilt you will need 2 Ten Inch Stackers, 2 yards of solid fabric (in the pattern: cream), 1/2 yard of coordinating fabric for binding, 4 yards of fabric for quilt backing. You can see that it doesn’t need much fabric. The color you choose as the “base” should be different and contrast with the prints, one of the only things you should pay attention to.

Image / Pattern / Tutorial: Simple Simon & Company

Let’s go to the cuts. You will need 6 strips from wild edge to wild edge at 2.5 inches wide. Cut 50 strips from your solid fabric to 10 inches by 1 inch. Cut 30 strips from your solid fabric to 10 inches by 2.5 inches. And more 12 strips from wild edge to wild edge of your solid fabric that is 2.5 inches wide. Really look like? Don’t worry, when you assemble it, you’ll see that everything fits together.

This quilt is also made in blocks and you will find how to assemble each one at Simple Simon & Company. Sewing instructions, step-by-step photos and diagrams for the peaches & cream quilt are there. We advise you to read it a first time before starting to cut, even before buying the materials. Was there any doubt? Come and chat with us in the comments. We will be very happy to have your feedback. Make this quilt to decorate your home, to sell or to give as a gift to a loved one. I’m sure it will be a success.

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