One of our favorite patterns is called Meadowland. Have you made one yet?
We love how this fun pattern goes together easily creating interest between the blocks.
This pattern works really well to showcase a larger print that you really like in the center square but also looks great in all solids (although we've not tried this yet, there are solids pictured on the pattern).
Nine blocks make a large size baby quilt for a wonderful gift but the pattern has instructions also for larger quilts including throw and bed sizes. Isn't it interesting to see how the sizes of the prints and colors chosen change the look of the pattern? I sure think so.
This dinosaur quilt was donated.
This quilt was made for a friends sweet baby girl.
This monkey print one made for an old friends first grandson.
Here are some larger ones we've completed:
Want to make one for yourself? You can purchase your copy of the pattern here:
From the Then Came June website:
“The Meadowland Quilt Pattern by Meghan Buchanan of Then Came June.
The Meadowland Quilt Pattern is a great beginner friendly, block based pattern. It is very versatile because you can use FQs or 1/2 yards. Plus, I provide suggestions on how to make it scrappy using only your stash. Meadowland is the pattern you won't be able to stop making! It comes in six sizes and is easily customizable as it is block based.
This pattern requires beginner quilting knowledge. The pattern assumes quilter has knowledge of basic piecing and can use consistent 1/4" seam allowances.
The pattern requires yardage and/or FQ. “