Fundamentals Quilt Pattern

I’m remaking a few of my favorite patterns in solids, to hopefully inspire you to start something new! If you aren’t following me on Instagram, I highly recommend it – I do plan to continue to blog, but love sharing quick peeks at what I’m working on, while I’m working on it. (+I’m about to hit a milestone, and plan to celebrate with a big giveaway!)

Anyway! Fundamentals is a pattern I released with my first group of fabrics, Modern Neutrals, I adjusted the pattern to be two fabrics, instead of six as shown in the original, and I took it easy and made the baby size! The pattern scales up to a throw, or twin size seamlessly, and both are included in the pattern.

Fundamentals Baby Quilt by Amy Ellis -

I pieced the top in two evenings, loving the simplicity and graphic nature of this quilt! There’s no blocks which I think makes it perfect for a beginner looking to get their first quilt under their belt.

Fundamentals Baby Quilt by Amy Ellis -

A closer look at the random quilting I did on the top. I kinda want to make it again in a pretty little floral to replace the black, a Liberty print in there would be adorable!

Fundamentals Baby Quilt by Amy Ellis -

And the finished quilt top! It has been cool (cold) and clear in the mornings for Gus’ walk, and I love this setting for quilt photos!

Fundamentals Baby Quilt by Amy Ellis -

Fundamentals is available HERE, in a PDF format, I’ll have the paper patterns printed next month and update the shop then.

Thanks for stopping by!



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By |2017-02-06T09:17:44-07:00February 23rd, 2016|finished quilt, pattern|2 Comments


  1. Anja @ Anja Quilts February 23, 2016 at 5:19 pm - Reply

    This is a great quilt. Beautiful.

  2. tisha @ quiltytherapy February 24, 2016 at 2:22 pm - Reply

    I like this version. Black and white is so strong. However, a floral print could really soften this up. Floral and gray or low volume?

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