Free Quilt Pattern: Fenced In Throw Quilt

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Photo by Holly DeGroot.

Happy Tuesday! Today I have a free quilt pattern download to share. The Fenced In Quilt Pattern was originally released in my short-lived newsletter, but I thought I'd make it available for download!

Fenced In can be made with 15 fat quarters or 50 jelly roll strips. For my quilt I used my friend Holly's Brushstrokes fabric collection.

Find fat quarter bundles of Brushstrokes in Holly's shop, here.

Photo by Holly DeGroot.

 It takes advantage of strip piecing, which means the blocks come together fast!

Photo by Holly DeGroot.

I chose to finish mine with simple diagonal lines through each block. For more info on my quilt, see this post.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1qWnmtps3wVkPfG7G_brUpbEIpaHI3kaX Download the free quilt pattern here.

A few details: This quilt finishes at 54"x66". To make it, you'll need the following:

- 15 fat quarters OR (50) 2.5” jelly roll strips
- 3 1/2 yards of backing fabric
- 62” x 74” piece of cotton batting
- 1/2 yard of binding fabric
- Coordinating thread


Photo by Holly DeGroot.

I loved making this quilt, and I hope you'll make one too! You can't go wrong with strips.

Share your progress and finished project photos using the #fencedinquilt and #jenibaker hashtags on social media!


Photo by Holly DeGroot.

Happy Quilting!

7 comments :

  1. Love this...I always have strips left from projects...24 large shoebox/totes full and all color coded at this writing. Going to start making strip sets today!

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  2. Wonderful springy quilt!! Thanks for writing up the directions.

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  3. Beautiful! Thank you for sharing your pattern!

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  4. This reminds me of the first quilt I ever made back in 2002, I think it was called Split Rail Fence or something like that. It's the only strip pieced quilt I ever made and I was so unsure of myself that I let the little old ladies at the quilt shop tell me the "rules" of picking fabrics for quilts... Let's just say there ended up being a lot more beige and brown in that quilt than I would have cared for! Seeing your pattern in modern pastels reminds me that fabric choices can make a huge difference! I like yours so much better than mine...

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  5. Thank you for sharing this pattern. It looks super cute and easy, too!

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