The Water Drop quilt pattern is now available for purchase from Quilt Pattern Mart ( pick up a copy here! ) There are two methods of construction for this quilt – a yardage option featuring a 32 at a time HST method ( you read that right! ) and a scrappy option using a traditional 2 at a time HST method. For both construction methods, you can make a Lap or Baby size quilt. If you’re interested in working on this beginner-friendly pattern at a relaxed pace, I’m hosting a QAL Aug. 13-Sept. 24! Click here to read more about the QAL and sign up . I’d love to see what you make! Use #waterdropquilt and #maeberrysquarepatterns and tag me @maeberrysquare on Instagram so I can share in your Water Drop quilty goodness! Happy quilting! Purchase the Water Drop Quilt Pattern .
My daughter is really into My Little Pony and I thought I’d put my quilting skills to use to make her pony-themed items. I started with a Twilight Sparkle pony pillow. Twilight Sparkle pony pillow (made using the Lisa the Unicorn pattern from Elizabeth Hartman) The pattern I used is Lisa the Unicorn from Elizabeth Hartman – I’ve made one before and loved it! I wanted a small project that I could complete in shorter timeframe to give to my daughter and I knew this would be a good place to start. Her favorite pony is Twilight Sparkle so my goal for the pillow was for it to be recognizable to my daughter based on the color palette. I spent about an hour pulling out all the purples I have and comparing it to multiple pictures of the pony. Ultimately I chose the following Kona cotton solids for Twilight Sparkle. Body color fabric: Dahlia Main color fabric: Bright Pink, Mulberry and Regal Color selection, from top: Dahlia, Mulberry, Bright Pink and Regal Next I needed to cho