I'm excited to be back over on the Art Gallery Fabrics blog today with another free project tutorial. I had a blast working with AGF's new Luxe in Bloom line, and although I originally intended on making a small project, I couldn't stop myself from making a quilt.
This lap-sized quilt was made using fat quarters of the new Luxe in Bloom line along with some yardage of Art Gallery's Pure Elements solids. I used two different shades of grey for a bit more of a scrappy feeling, but you could easily unify the solids for a cleaner look. Made simply from squares and half-square triangles, my Lap of Luxe quilt pattern is perfect for showing off large prints and is easy enough to be considered beginner-friendly.
The Luxe in Bloom collection is great in that it is clearly cohesive and looks great together. Yet, without a single unifying theme, the prints still seem eclectic enough to look like a more diverse fabric pull. While the florals and patterns are sophisticated, I still think the size of this quilt would make it perfect for a little girl or baby gift.
Art Gallery Fabrics is generous enough to let one lucky Quilt Dad reader win a bundle of fabrics to make this project. Interested in getting your hands on some Luxe? Simply leave a comment on this post and let me know what you're most looking forward to this February.
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