I’ve just finished up my 11th Little Miss Sawtooth quilt! Whew! I really enjoy making this quilt. I love the flow of the pattern. You make all your star points in the very beginning, so once those are done, it’s just block after block and each one different.
I actually have a bit of a surprise coming up for next year. I’ve got a pattern that’s very similar coming, but also not similar. The flow is the same and it’s also a traditional block reconstructed. I’m antsy to show you, but it probably will be February before I do. Sorry for the tease! Anyway, let’s dive into this one.
If you missed my “progress” post on this one, you can find it here.
The Little Miss Sawtooth Star Quilt Pattern
This was a commission quilt and I was asked to make it similar to my original Little Miss (see that here). I used fabrics in turquoise, yellow/gold, peach and coral. We have a similar bundle in stock here. I love how the Summer’s Dance fabric (the turquoise birds) pop out of the sea of low volume fabrics.
I tried something new on the quilting. It was very similar to what I did on this quilt, but I did a lot more echoing in this version. Not super crazy about it and probably won’t do it again, but the texture it created was amazing. I’m also certain that all that quilting made the quilt really strong.
Pattern – Little Miss Sawtooth Quilt
Size – 60×60″ square. I made only 13 of the 15 star blocks in the pattern and made only 12 of the 15 background blocks and then laid them out 5×5.
Top Fabrics – All stash, but this bundle is similar
Backing Fabrics – Shades Robin
Binding – White and Yellow Viney
Batting – Warm & Natural
Skill Level – Beginner
This Quilt – I sell these on commission here
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Looking to make your own Little Miss Sawtooth Quilt? Find everything you need here. This one is heading off to it’s new home. I hope it will be loved!