If you saw last month's project for the block of the month blocks, you may notice that I am on a grey kick. This reversible stroller or carseat quilt uses six windmill blocks in solid cotton konas and bella solids. The main body of the quilt is in grey, and there are six windmill blocks in solid colors from light yellow to pomegranate red. It is 36" square, (a handy size for travel, or to stick in a diaper bag) and works up quickly.
Follow the instructions to make six windmill blocks. Join three of the blocks together in a strip. Then add a solid piece of the background fabric 36 1/2" by 24 1/2" to the long side of the three joined squares.
|Make Two (using different colors for the windmill blocks)|
Repeat these steps for side two.
Sandwich batting between the two quilt layers, putting the windmill block opposite of each other.
To finish, bind with a patterned fashion fabric. I used a an organic cotton in strawberry.
I love that the quilt is reversible, fits a stroller or car seat perfectly, and has a clean, modern appeal.
Happy Quilting ♥