Thursday, July 9, 2020

Prim Churn Dash Quilt and Project Bag

It's time to share my Churn Dash Quilt with Lori Holt's newest fabric collection with Riley Blake Designs - Prim! I'm a huge fan of Lori Holt's designs...both fabric and cross stitch!

I absolutely love the Churn Dash Quilt's one of my all time favorites! So I totally love this quilt!!! 

I'm going to share a little secret...I used the Prim Churn Dash fabric print for my quilt center! Yes - all those little churn dash blocks are printed on the fabric!!! Keep reading for a mini tutorial with cutting instructions so you can make a Prim Churn Dash Quilt too!

I loved the colorful scrappy borders around the churn dash blocks on the fabric so I did the same design when I added borders to my matches perfectly!

Here's a peek of the Prim Vinyl Zipper Pouch I made with my scraps!

Prim Churn Dash Quilt
54.5" x 60.5"

Supplies for Prim Churn Dash Quilt and Project Bag
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Additional Supplies for Project Bag:

Prim Churn Dash Cutting Instructions:
  1. Cut Prim Churn Dash Cream Fabric 1/4" around outside of sashing printed on fabric. 7 Churn dash blocks horizontal and 8 Churn dash blocks vertical
  2. Cut (4) Churn dash blocks 5.75" x 5.75" squares for outer border corners
  3. Cut (7) 2.25" x WOF of inner border fabric
  4. Cut (2) 5.75" x WOF of outer border fabric from EACH of the (4) outer border fabrics. Example (2) Pink, (2) Green, (2) Blue, (2) Yellow
  5. Cut (6) 2.5" x WOF of binding fabric
Inner Border Assembly:
  1. Sew each of the inner border strips end to end to create one long strip.
  2. Measure length of  Churn dash fabric (quilt center). 
  3. Cut (2) inner border strips the same size as quilt center length.
  4. Attach (1) inner border strip to right and left sides of quilt.
  5. Measure width of quilt center.
  6. Cut (2) inner border strips the same size as quilt center width.
  7. Attach (1) inner border strip to top and bottom of quilt.
Outer Border Assembly:
  1. Sew matching outer border strips together. You will have (1) 5.75" x 84" strip of EACH outer border fabric = total of (4) 5.75" x 84" strips
  2. Measure length of quilt.
  3. Cut (1) Yellow and (1) Green outer border strip the same size as quilt center length.
  4. Attach (1) Yellow outer border strip to left side of quilt and (1) Green outer border strip to right side of quilt.
  5. Measure width of quilt center.
  6. Cut (1) Pink and (1) Blue outer border strip the same size as quilt center width.
  7. Sew (1) 5.75" x 5.75" Churn dash block to each end of Pink and Blue outer border strips.
  8. Attach (1) Churn dash/Pink outer border strip to top of quilt and (1) Churn dash/Blue outer border strip to bottom of quilt
Quilt and Bind as desired.

I love the Prim Clover Homespun plaid binding!!! 

Soooo this is a long blog post, but I have to share the bonus project I made with my Prim scraps....a Prim Vinyl Project Bag!!!

I'm joining in for the Prim Stitch Along and definitely needed a matching bag!!! It's about 16" x 16" so it's perfect for holding my floss, fabric, and q-snap. Plus check out the super cute Prim Village House Charm!!!

Prim Cross Stitch Supplies

I didn't use a pattern for my Prim Project bag because I used my left over fabric...but here is a great video by Riley Blake Designs to make your own (here)

I loved sewing with the gorgeous Prim fabric collection designed by Lori Holt for Riley Blake Designs! I'm definitely going to need more of this fabric! Prim will be shipping to quilt shops this month! Here's a peek of all the lovely fabrics.


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Have a great day and happy quilting! 


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