Field of Tulips Quilt

Hello! My name is Crystal Hendrix. This is my very first Moda Bake Shop Recipe! I have had a lot of fun putting it together. You can visit me at my blog and see other things that I make.

This is a fun quilt to help get everyone in the spring spirit!

1 layer cake 1933 by Chloe's Closet

1 charm pack 1933 by Chloe's Closet

1 3/4 yard Bella Solid Feather (background color)

1 ½ yard green color for borders

3 1/2 yard of any color for the backing

5/8 yard of any color for the binding

Take from your layer cake and your charm pack, coordinating colors for the tulips flowers.

Cut layer cake piece into 10” x 6 7/8”

With the remaining piece of the layer cake, cut it into (4) 2 1/8” squares.

With the charm pack piece, cut it into (4) 2 ½ “squares.

With the Bella White fabric cut into (4) 2 ½” squares. Then draw a diagonal line across square.

Pin each 2 ½” white square to each 2 ½” colored square.

Sew a ¼” from the diagonal line on each side.

Cut on the line of each square.

Press open toward the colored side, then clip off tag pieces.

Arrange in the following diagram and sew together.

This makes 1 tulips flower. You will need 20 tulip flower blocks.

Once you have all of your flower blocks done, arrange your blocks to fit your preference.

For sashing, you will need to cut (49) 10”x2 ½” pieces out of your Bella white.

Then cut (20) 2 ½”x 2 ½” squares out of your green border color.

Lay out your design and sew each row into place. Press to one side of each row.

Once you have all of your rows (sashing and tulips) pin at seams and sew together. If you flip your sashing piece you will have your seams butt together nicely.

Now after all of your rows are sewed together, it is time for the green border you will need to cut (7) 5”x42”.

Then lay out your quilt top and with your borders. Sew the vertical pieces on first, then the horizontal pieces on.

After you have sewed on your borders and have pressed them, you can now baste, quilt as desired and bind.

One Spring Quilt approximately 58”x69”


Heidi said...

Way to go Crystal! I love this quilt!

Luv 2 Kreate said...

YEA CRYSTAL! Love the quilt and such a fitting name for it :)

Crafty Mama said...

Wow, this is definitely going in my to make pile! Just lovely!! ☺

Sandie said...

Tulips are in bloom all over here in England and this makes me want to bring them indoors!

Sandie said...

Now imagine this done in various shades of red, pink, yellow etc. The possibilities are endless!

traceyjay said...

such a fun use of those 30s prints! :) very cute.

The Tulip Patch said...

Could you do the bottom as a snowball block to save all the extra steps? Love tulips, btw...great idea!

lari smiles said...

Very pretty, unique design. Thank you for sharing!

Puddle of Grace said...

Cute!!!!! Great idea!

Jennifer said...

This is such a cute quilt! I love the picture with the tulips at the bottom. Great fabric!

Crystal Hendrix said...

You could do a snowmall look at the bottom if you like, just fingure the measurments out. I didn't think of it when I was creating it. :D

Sherry said...

I love it! Thanks for sharing it with us.

Natalia said...

Congratulations on your first tutorial Crystal! You did a great job! :)

M&K Brown said...

This quilt turned out adorable! You are so talented Crystal!!

Brooke said...

I love this and totally am going to make it for my mother who LOVES tulips. Thanks

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

oh! I love these.

Andrea said...

this is so cute...I can't believe how easy it is once you break it down!

Lopez Life said...


the Material Girls Quilts said...

I love the 30's prints! This is going on my list of to do's!

Care said...

Wow, Crystal! Just happened upon this and wondered if it was the same Crystal I thought it was -- and it was!

It's gorgeous!!

martilindsey said...

How creative! Love it!