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!

Oda May

Oda May

The Moda Bake Shop is a division of Moda Fabrics that provides online recipes which you can use with the wide range of Moda Pre-cuts. All sizes and types of projects will be featured from various designers and shops. Tutorials for various Moda projects sheets will be illustrated with step by step pictures. Some techniques and products will also be featured throughout, so check back often for what is "baking" here at Moda Fabrics.
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0 comments on “Vintage Brick Doll Quilts

  1. jedigirlz says:

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

  2. Very nice result! Thanks for the tutorial!

  3. jaybird says:

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

  4. why not sew? says:

    i ♥ these! they are great.

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

  6. 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

  7. dotti white says:

    These are really pretty! thank you so much!

  8. Laura-IH says:

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

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

  10. happy zombie says:

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