New York Lattice Quilt – Behind the Seamshttp://www.kaylinmurraydesigns.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/IMG_3556-2-scaled.jpg 819 1024 admin admin http://2.gravatar.com/avatar/5ba15d0b6c7f012425a020c91de9ce99?s=96&d=mm&r=g
I love any quilt that offers a great opportunity for fussy cutting, and displaying some of my favorite fabrics. The New York Lattice Quilt by Knot and Thread Design is perfect!!
My mom had the perfect Fat Quarter bundle of Tula Pink’s Zuma Line that she gave me for this pattern. (thanks mom) All I had to order was some solid and supporting fabric for the quilt top.
The pattern doesn’t call for you to cut the feature fabrics on point but I decided to do this so that the fabric would be vertical on the quilt.
I had originally started this quilt as part of the #NewYorkLatticeQAL on Instagram but I think quarantine got to me and I lost steam about half way through the quilt. It only took a few more weeks of the quilt being on my design wall for me to finally put the top together. Once all of the pieces were done the quilt top actually came together pretty quickly!
As soon as the top was done I went right into quilting it. I decided to quilt it on my domestic machine with a simple design that complimented the quilt pattern.
🥁🥁🥁 DRUM ROLL PLEASE 🥁🥁🥁
One of my favorite parts of this quilt is how I attached the binding, instead of attaching the binding the normal way I used a binding tag which easily hid the ends of the binding without having to resew the binding 1000 times!! Plus I used that opportunity to fussy cut an anchor out of one of the prints!
As you may have seen in the pictures above this quilt lives on my guest bed. Since it is a day bed I wanted to make it look super cozy so I ordered some extra fabric to make some throw pillows and a pillow sham. I think overall this really pulls the bed together.
My favorite pillow by far is is one:
I used the scraps I had left over from the quilt to make this improvisational pillow cover.
Here is the quilt round up:
- Pattern: New York Lattice Quilt by Knot and Thread Design
- Zuma by Tula Pink
- Backing: Hatch (Niagara) by Carolyn Friedlander
- Quilting: Walking Foot on Domestic Machine