I was really excited when Fat Quarter Shop asked me if i was interested in promoting their new Nail Polish Quilt Pattern.

Of course I was!

How could I not be?

It is such a cute pattern!!!

Here's the quilt i made from their pattern!


I have a hard time following patterns!!! But this one was fun! Not until I finished it did I realize I have made it a mirror image of what it should have been! Doesn't change it at all though!!!

The instructions were super easy to follow and FQS even has a video tutorial to help you!!!



Want to make your own?



Here's the pattern.

The  video tutorial.

If you want, they even have a kit for you in the shop!

Could i leave the Nail Polish Quilt alone???

No I had to have a Lipstick  Quilt along with it!


Here's what it looks like!!!


Don't they make an awesome pair?


Want to know how to make the lipstick?

so I made it and here's a little tutorial about how to make it!!!

Fabric Requirements:
From Caribbean fabric (SKU#9900-86) cut
A - 2 - 14.5" x 2.5"
B - 2 - 2.5" x 18.5"
C - 2 - 2" x 4.5"
D - 2- 1.5" x 2"
E - 2 - 3" x 6.5"
F - 2 - 4" x 6.5"
G - 1 - 4" x 3"

From the Black Fabric (SKU#9900-118)  cut
H - 1 - 4.5" x 5"
I - 1 - 3" x 5"

From the Grey Fabric (SKU#9900185) cut
J - 1 - 1.5" x 5"
K - 1 - 5" x 2"
L - 1 - 3.5" x 2"
M - 1 - 3.5" x 6.5"
N - 1 - 2" x 6.5"

From the White Fabric (SKU#9900-98) cut
O - 1 - 1.5" x 2"
P - 1 - 1.5" x 6.5"

From the Cayenne Fabric (SKU#9900-256) cut
Q - 1 - 2.5" x 6.5"
R - 1 - 1" x 6.5"

From the Tea Rose Fabric (SKU#9900-89) cut
S - 1 - 1.5" x 6.5"

Assembly

Assemble fabric units Q/S/R


Draw a diagonal line on the wrong side of Unit G as shown


Cut it 1/4" away from the marked line. Place it on top of the assembled Q/S/R unit as shown
Stitch along the marked diagonal. Cut away corner and press open.



Now attach units F to both sides of this assembled unit.


Now, assemble the E/M/P/N/E unit as shown.


And the D/K/O/L/D unit


And the C/H/J/I/C unit


Now put all these units together as shown


Now attach the two B units to both the long sides


And then attach the A units to the top and bottom.


Your mini quilt top is ready!



If you do make one, please email me the photos to shruti[at]13woodhouseroad[dot]com so that I can feature them on my Facebook Page or my blog!!!

Have fun!!!


8 Comments

  1. Holy cow that lipstick is SO CUTE! They make a perfect pair!

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  2. How clever! Thanks for sharing your pattern.

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  3. That is too cute! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. The lipstick is so cool! They look fab together!

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  5. This is so cute. Thank you so much for the tutorial. LOL how can you have nail polish with out lipstick. you did a lovely job.

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  6. Gorgeous and thanks for the tutorial!!

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  7. That is a sweet combination. Thanks for the tutorial.

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