Stacks quilt pattern

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Looking for a fun quilt pattern that will look different every time you make it? The Stacks quilt pattern is made with one easy block and fat quarters.

Browns are perfect for a quilt for that special guy or as a throw in the den.

Stacks quilt shown in brown and tan batiks

Fat quarters

Have you ever made a quilt using fat quarters? I like to buy bundles of coordinating fabrics as it takes the guesswork out of whether or not the colors will all work together.

The quilts shown here are made with batik fabrics as I love working with them. I’ll be sharing photos soon of another quilt I made with a fat quarter bundle that isn’t batiks.

Seven sizes!

The pattern has seven different sizes included! Below is the crib size quilt which is made up of nine blocks and nine fat quarters.


I never prewash my precuts. If you do, there will be some shrinkage and I have tried to adjust the pattern to take this into account.

Batiks may have a tendency to bleed so I always wash a finished quilt in cold water on a gentle cycle and add a Shout Color Catcher dye trapping sheet to the wash. I also throw it in the dryer with the quilt (not sure if that makes any difference). Someone also let me know that you can find them at Walmart.

Tip: Remove your quilt from the washing machine as soon as it is done. Bleeding can happen if the quilt is just lying in there wet.

Stacks in browns and grays

The Stacks quilt can look completely different depending on what collection of fabrics you use. These are batiks from Island Batik called Wild Things, I’m not sure if they are still available but you could use a collection of browns, grays, and tans for a quilt any guy would love.

There are a couple of you that are thinking….finally! I know it has taken me forever to finish this pattern, sometimes I’m such a procrastinator!

Stacks quilt hanging off deck

The quilt sizes go from a table runner to a king-size quilt. Always remember that you can easily make a quilt larger just by adding borders.

Stacks quilt pattern in Wild Things batiks

Fun prints for children

Crib size 46.5″ x 55.5″

Are you looking for a fun quilt pattern for a baby quilt?

Bright and cheerful batiks make this a perfect quilt for a child’s room or to just add a pop of color to your room.

Stacks quilt pattern made with quilt fabrics for children

This quilt was made with a beautiful rainbow fat quarter bundle of fabrics that I purchased from Bluprint. This particular bundle isn’t available anymore.

Stacks quilt pattern made with rainbow quilt fabrics for children

There is also a table runner included in the pattern, you can read about it here – Stacks table runner.

Stacks Fat

The Stacks pattern is a digital PDF and is now available in my shop!

Stacks quilt pattern made with rainbow quilt fabrics for children

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  1. HAPPY 72ND BIRTHDAY CONNIE!! May the Lord bless you with many more days of good health and His loving kindness.

  2. Thanks for all the new ideas. I’ll go to the shop in a minute and get the Stacks pattern. Micky and I both really like that one. Mine will be for a baby boy too. Bob sure did a nice job on your fire pit, looks very inviting.

  3. Donna Jackson says:

    Hi! I downloaded your Stacks pattern, but I have a question about the throw size quilt. It calls for 16 fat quarters. Do I use 16 different fat quarters, and how are they distributed throughout the quilt? Or am I overthinking it? Thanks for your reply.
    Donna Jackson

  4. How do I get the stacks pink table runner tutorial or pattern

  5. Hi Connie! Thank you for some more easy quilt patterns. So glad to see I can make a table runner. Love table runners. Glad to hear your hubby and dogs are doing well. Take care until next time
    Your quilts are beautiful.

  6. Sara Fridley says:

    I love the brown and black version the best. Very rich looking. I’ve done several Yellow Brick Road quilts using fat quarter bundles. This would be a nice change. Thanks for sharing!