Wicked Easy Quilt

I decided to take Judy up on her February Stash Reduction Challenge and try out a pattern that Linda J sent me at the same time.

Judy has asked us to dig a piece of fabric out of our stash that we have been saving and use it in the month of February. There was no one single piece of fabric that stood out in my stash, but there was this bundle of fat quarters from Teresa Kogut’s Williamsburg fabric line that I won at my quilt guild meeting in June. I have been looking for just the right pattern that wouldn’t require the fabric to be cut up into too small of pieces as some of the prints are large and I did not want to loose the design in the cutting process. This pattern is called, Wicked Easy Quilt by Annie Unrien. With a name like, Wicked Easy, I just had to give this one a try.

My quilt still requires the borders, but so far, I can say that this is a super simple pattern that would be well suited for charity quilts.

18 thoughts on “Wicked Easy Quilt

  1. Hey, didn’t that turn out well?

    Saska sent me the pattern link before I passed it on. She thought too that it would be a good one for donation quilt work. I bet your guild’s community service group will be inspired when they see the top and know the pattern can be found online.

    I have been mulling over what to do with some rather large figured race car fabric with frogs driving them—BQ, maybe?? Might be best to keep the whole piece intact and do it like a strippy? HELP—must stop–too many ideas in my head!

  2. Great pattern – thanks for the link. It would make a quick and cute baby quilt with just 6 fat quarters! I love that idea. And I have tons of fat quarters.

    I like the fabric you have chosen for yours. Is it a package of fat quarters?

  3. I love your Wicked Easy Quilt. Thanks for sharing the pattern. I have an FQ collection that would be great for that pattern. I guess I just added another WHIMM to the list.

  4. That fabric is wonderful…and that’s the perfect pattern to showcase it!! I have that pattern on my looonnnng list of “to make someday”. :) So glad you tried it and that it’s as wickedly easy as it sounded. :P

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