Do you have a part of the quiting process that you really dislike? For me it's basting, and machine quilting (I think if I had a bigger table and the quilt didn't drag all over the floor, machine quilting would be more fun!)
But wouldn't it be nice to piece a quilt, join the blocks, and have a completed quilt, no basting, and no big quilt top to drag all over the machine? Well, my "Fat Love Skinny Love" quilt pattern takes care all that!
This pattern uses the QAYG (quilt-as-you-go) technique, where each block is pieced and quilted at the same time. Then the blocks are joined, binding strips added, and your quilt is complete!
This quilt also uses an invisible machine applique technique, which comes in very handy if you're not a fan of hand applique, or, if you'd prefer something speedier.
I'll be teaching a class on how to make this quilt at Patchwork with Gail B, during June and July. I'd love to see you there! You can find contact details for Patchwork with Gail B here. They also have the gorgeous Nellie Hill fabric bundles in stock, so that if you choose you can make your quilt in the same fabrics as mine.