Go Fish Quilt Pattern

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Go Fish Pattern quilt down by the river

Go Fish sounds like a perfect name for this cute little quilt that makes a precious baby quilt.

Go Fish Pattern

40″ x 50″

The size is 40 x 50 and there are sweet little fish swimming all over the place. Keep reading to get your pattern!

The quilt came about because of a piece of fabric I found in my stash……look at all the little fish! You could use any colorful fabric for this quilt.

Go Fish quilt by the woodpile

Get the Go Fish Quilt Pattern

I have no idea how long I have had it but I decided it was perfect for a baby quilt. The problem was there wasn’t very much fabric.

I looked at the fish in the fabric and then drew one that sort of looks like the print…..well okay, maybe it doesn’t…but it is a fish!

Go Fish with a goose

If you are looking for a fast and easy baby quilt pattern you will love this!

Go Fish Pattern with back showing quilting

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  1. I love those fish! The quilt looks so beautiful hanging there by your lake…love it!

  2. Thank you for sharing a cute quilt! I love the fishes. Thanks also for the FREE pattern. I belong to a quilt guild that makes charity quilts, mostly for needy babies and toddlers. May I share the free pattern with that group of my quilt – just for the purpose of making the charity quilts? I think it would be perfect for that. If my life ever settles down, I might just makes some for that purpose myself. I knew that walking through grief after my husband died would be ups and downs and right now the downs are winning. That's to be expected and doesn't mean I like it. I'm going to visit my daughter and her family next week and I'll be there almost three weeks. The other grandma lost her husband unexpectedly in his sleep in December last year. She's going to Israel, so I'm been called for grandson sitting duty. I think I need them as much as I'm needed right now. The 8 year old I might need to cut some fish while I'm there. Thanks for blogging and encouraging me to sew again.

  3. BarbCarol says:

    Thank for the pattern. But, I am so old there aren't any babies in my world. Think I will use the pattern for something to decorate husband's boat.

  4. Createology says:

    Beautiful Fishy Quilt. So very cheerful and fun. I am thinking Pelly inspired you with this lost fabric and fish pattern. Creative Fish Bliss…

  5. So cute! Love that combination of the fish print and the fish appliqué. And such happy colors.

  6. Cute pattern! Have you heard anymore about Pelly??

  7. That is soooooooooooo cute! I may just have to make one of those! 🙂

  8. Connie ~ As I just posted to your FB page, that quilt is just too cute. Great fabric and that fish looks awesome. Thank you so much for giving us the pattern.

  9. Lorna McMahon says:

    Colourful and oh, so cute! Lovely work, Connie!

  10. Very cute! I always love anything with fish on it. Thanks for sharing! I think I have fish fabric that looks like that. LOL

  11. Vicki in MN says:

    It's totally adorable Connie!! Thanks for the freebie 🙂

  12. That is so cute. I love fish quilts. I keep thinking I should make one.

  13. tink's mom says:

    Wonderful use of the fabric and your creative mind. Great job.

  14. Its really delightful but disappointing not to see a signature pelican on it somewhere!!

  15. Judy@Quilt Paradigm says:

    So adorable! This quilt is going to make a lucky little one very happy! The bright colors are great and the fish fabric is cuuute!! 🙂

  16. Siouxzq64@gmail.com says:

    Awe those fish are very cute. Great idea!