My Gingham Quilt is Finished!

I shared two blog posts in 2019 about my tortured method for piecing this quilt using Windham's Bedrock fabrics. After I stitched all the units, I realized there was a MUCH simpler method. Oh, well. Here she is finished! 6" blocks.

Buffalo Plaid (aka Gingham) Quilt: 50" x 50"

Here's a closeup of my Bedrock fat quarters after I made this quilt. Such lovely colors!

Bedrock Fat Quarters

I actually patterned this for my bloggers, so you can find it in that link above. Here are some of the 6" blocks. Sometimes you just need to make something to discover an easier way.

I gave the quilt away to a John in Pittsburgh who loved my black and white and red mini log cabin quilt. But it was SO tiny on the back of his couch, I decided to finish my Buffalo Plaid quilt and send it to him.

Diamonds in the Logs mini, first quilt for John

Let's see the Gingham Quilt flat so you can appreciate those awesome blocks. Honest, the whole thing is composed of those 6" blocks. I could have strip-pieced this, right?

Buffalo Plaid (aka Gingham) Quilt: 50" x 50"

I love to piece my quilt backs. Here is that quilt from the other side:

Wrong side of Buffalo Plaid quilt

Needless to say, John loves his quilt. Check out that blog post for directions for making your own gingham fabric!


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