Trippy Quilt in Mellifluous fabrics
Done, done and DONE! It’s been a while since I made a Trippy quilt, but for the past two weeks, I’ve been doing exactly that.
If you missed my progress post on this one, you can find it here.
Trippy is a part of the Scrappy Pattern Pack (3 quilt patterns), you can find it available here.
About the Quilt
Just to recap, this one was a commissioned quilt. The purchaser chose the color palette and I got to pick the fabrics.
It’s all purples, plums, lavenders, peaches, yellows and a smidgen of gold.
We created a similar bundle over at Meander + Make called Mellifluous. It’s enough fabric for the quilt top to make it in the 60″ square size.
I quilted this one with just a basic meander. It’s such a busy quilt and it makes it hard to see the quilting anyway, so I thought it would be best. It crinkled up so nicely.
All the fabrics I used in this quilt were mostly pulled from my stash. It’s one of my favorite things about this quilt. It just needs WOF strips. It’s a great to use up smaller pieces leftover from your half yards.
Pattern – Trippy Quilt
Size – 60×70″ – The pattern comes with directions for making the 60″ square size, but also gives you instructions for enlarging it. You only need an extra 6 blocks to make it this size.
Style – Trip Around the World quilt
Top Fabrics – My stash, but this bundle is very similar.
Backing Fabrics – Daydream in Champagne
Binding – Wide Stripe White
Batting – Warm & Natural
Thread – So Fine by Superior in Blizzard for piecing
Skill Level – Advanced Beginner
Thanks for reading along! I hope you have a lovely weekend. 🙂