Friday, February 8, 2019

Another 10 Inch Square Quilt

I am working on my 4th 10-inch square pattern.  For this quilt I used a Kaffe Fassett 10 inch 'Lipstick' pack from the Classics Collection and a half stack of Kona Cotton Birds of Paradise Collection.

I knew I wanted to do something with half square triangles so I sewed a bunch together.  

From each set of a solid and print 10 in square I was able to get 8 half square triangle blocks.

The Kaffe Fassett bundle had 2 squares of 8 different fabrics and 3 squares of 2 different fabrics.  I used on square for the half square triangle blocks and I cut a 4.5 inch square from the second square of each of the different fabrics.  I arranged and rearranged the squares and finally decided on this block.  

I had some great suggestions for the name of my last 10 inch square quilt.  I would love suggestions for this one.  I am so bad at naming quilts.  Any ideas?

Linking to:  Oh Scrap, MCM, Moving It Forward Monday,   


  1. Amazing post with lots of informative and useful and amazing content. Well written and done!! Thanks for sharing keep posting.

  2. Great design! I enjoy Kaffe in small doses. The solids tone down the (busy) POP!

  3. The Kaffe 'lipstick' bundle is a wonderful bright selection, love what you are making with them!

  4. Those blocks are going to be beautiful. The colors are yummy. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

  5. Beautiful vibrant colours. This is going to be an amazing quilt. Sorry I don't have any suggestion for the name, it takes me forever too to comes up with names :)


  6. How about calling it "10 - 4" since (according to Wikipedia) in CB slang it means "ok, we understand your message" --- and we do, you like working with layer cake squares to make quilts! I just cut some out myself to make one, so I get it.

  7. I love the block you've chosen for this one! Maybe you could name it after your favorite lipstick color :) The colors are gorgeous!

  8. Love the richness of these blocks.

    I have a question though, what measurement did you use to get those 8 HST plus the center square? I printed it out and think I might have a layer cake to process with this technique. lol and Thanks!