Morning Glory Sew Along

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Morning Glory batik quilt patternIf you are looking for a beautiful quilt pattern especially for a baby… will love this quilt! I am taking part in the Morning Glory Sew Along at the Fat Quarter Shop and look at this precious little baby quilt that I have made using the Sunday Drive batik collection by Pat Sloan for Moda.
Morning Glory baby Quilt

Morning Glory baby Quilt

The quilt pattern is the Morning Glory Quilt Pattern by It’s Sew Emma Patterns. There are 3 different sizes in the quilt pattern, I  made the crib quilt which is 32″ x 45.5″. It is no surprise that I picked batiks for my quilt.  Sunday Drive by Pat Sloan comes in regular quilt fabrics and also in batiks.
Morning Glory baby Quilt on design wallHere is a closeup to show you the beautiful batiks in the Sunday Drive collection. I really enjoyed piecing the blocks for this quilt and my background was a directional print which made it a little challenging to get all of the pieces running the same way.

The white batik that I used for the background is beautiful. It is called Cloud Streams and is part of the Sunday Drive collection. When my neighbor saw my quilt she ordered some yardage of it for a batik quilt she’ll be working on soon.
Closeup of morning glory baby quilt Fat Quarter Shop also has a kit which includes the pattern for Morning Glory and the regular quilt fabrics. Here is a photo of the kit.

Remember that Fat Quarter Shop has a new flash sale every day at 10:00 am!Fat Quarter Shop Flash Sale

Morning Glory baby Quilt by Pat SloanI decided to go with only 5 different batik fabrics and I really like the way it turned out. I could see this pattern as a large one for our bed.
Morning Glory quilt Sew Along on benchI really enjoyed piecing the blocks for this quilt and my background was a directional print which made it a little challenging to get all of the pieces running the same way.

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You’ll want to visit Jolly Jabber to see this quilt and also visit the other bloggers who are taking part in this Sew Along. Thank you Fat Quarter Shop and Pat Sloan for this great Morning Glory Sew Along!


Looking for another beautiful pattern and one that I made with the leftover batiks from my Morning Glory quilt? The Jelly Roll Check, you’ll enjoy this one too.
Morning Glory baby Quilt on rocks

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  1. Connie I have no idea why but I am totally drawn to this quilt! The colors and fabrics are gorgeous!! Why don’t I quilt? Maybe one of these years. Super Quilt Dear. <3

    1. LOL, if you keep looking at all of the quilt projects I do…….you’ll eventually HAVE to take up quilting Sherry!

  2. That really is a pretty quilt pattern and the fabrics you’ve used really worked out beautifully.

  3. Donna Pfost says:

    Your quilt is gorgeous!! Love it!! <3 🙂

  4. Little Quiltsong says:

    What a lovely quilt with this fabric. This is a beautiful pattern!!

    1. Thanks, it was a fun quilt to make and the batiks were a dream to work with!

  5. This is really pretty, I would love to make this but I absolutely have to dig out of my self-imposed finish stuff up task before I take on anything else. I will, however, check out that pattern. lol

    1. Thanks Pat and I hear you…….finish up stuff comes first!

  6. That is so pretty! It looks like strings of beads or jewels–great eye for color! I can see it in larger sizes as well–dramatic!

    1. Thanks Miriam and I agree……can you imagine a king size quilt in this pattern…..beautiful!

  7. I really like this one. I’d love to see it in a large quilt as that “chain” design would be so dramatic on a large scale.

    1. Thanks Mary, the pattern uses several prints in the same colorways and that is really striking also. Bigger blocks would also look neat!

  8. Wow, this is really beautiful. The geometric pattern is really enhanced by the fabrics you chose and your background choice.

  9. Connie I love how this turned out in my batiks!! Thank you so much for selecting them!

    1. Thanks for stopping by Pat and your batiks are so beautiful! It was fun to work with them!