Vintage Brick Doll Quilts



1 Charm Pack - I used Legacy - Collection for a Cause
You will need at least 12 light and 12 dark charm squares
2 Fat Quarters - One light and one dark for background
2 Fat Quarters - Backing and binding


If you are making two quilts separate charm squares into two piles - light and dark

Cutting: Cut
each charm square two - 2" x 4" rectangles.
For a total of 23 light and 23 dark 2" x 4" bricks
From each of your light and dark fat quarters cut the following:
6 - 2" x 19" strip
18 - 2" squares

Piecing instructions will be for one quilt - repeat if you are making both.

Piecing:
Step One - Attach a 2" background square to 18 of your 2" x 4" bricks.
Piece rows together as follows:
3 rows with 5 bricks
2 rows with 4 bricks



Step Two - Assemble quilt top alternating and offsetting 5 brick row and 4 brick row with
2" x 19" strips background fabric separating each row.
Step 3 - Quilt as desired using your remaining two fat quarters.
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Bind using left over backing fabric or another favorite
from the collection.



Two Vintage Brick doll quilts -
Not sure what to do with them? Here are a few ideas. Find more at Temecula Quilt Co.

Enjoy!

12 comments:

jedigirlz said...

so cute.....thanks for the tutorial. it's great to see a local in blogland!!!

Little Green Doll said...

Very nice result! Thanks for the tutorial!

jaybird said...

so adorable! ..this might just be the project that gets me to make a doll quilt!

why not sew? said...

i ♥ these! they are great.

rachel griffith said...

cuteness!!!
i'm really in love with that chocolate one!!!

Patchwork Penguin said...

What a great pattern.... thank you for sharing.

I would also like to ask about the quilt in the back-ground..... what pattern is that (the one with the blocks that look like an "X"). Would be great using some CW prints.

Nancy

Vickie E said...

awesome..

dotti white said...

These are really pretty! thank you so much!

Laura-IH said...

Oh, I love, love, love doll quilts! I am going to have to try this! Thank you!

Magnolia Bay Quilts said...

Very nice! They look so antique. And two quilts from a single charm pack!

happy zombie said...

Super cute and I love doll quilts. Love your photos too. My inner homespun is a tinglin'.

Helen said...

These are so cute! I can't wait to make one.