Tula Pink Sew Along – Spiked Punch

This post is part of the Tula Pink Sew Along!
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Tula Pink Sew Along

Today’s guest quilt is from Caitlin. She owns a fabulous Etsy shop called I Don’t Do Dishes, which stocks fabric, interfacing, and patterns. Please stop by and check it out!

I’m so happy to be participating in the Tula Pink Sew Along! I was asked to make Tula’s ‘Spiked Punch’ pattern:

I have a complex about fabric waste, and there was virtually none with this pattern! The cutting went super fast since I used jelly rolls – 1 roll of print and 1 roll of solid. I made the medium size (72″x72″) and the fabrics I used were Hunky Dory by Chez Moi, and a Natural solid.  The quilt is for my 3 year old daughter, and I wanted something soft and feminine without being too baby-ish. I absolutely love how it turned out 🙂

I would rate this pattern for Beginners. It was easy to read and understand, with several illustrations for various steps, and no special tools required. 

The only thing I added outside of the instructions, was to applique my daughter’s name onto the quilt top. 

I even ordered a special quilt label directly from Tula Pink – her Tula Can 🙂

This quilt has been a big hit with my little girl! She loves to point out her name and let it be known that it belongs to HER. It pretty much lives on our couch so she can snuggle with it all the time:

This quilt pattern can look so different from another depending on your fabric choices. Tula first released this pattern with her Plume collection, and then remade it for the release of Parisville. I especially love her choice of pieced binding on this version:

Just imagine the possibilities! 

Thanks to Sara for organizing this sew along 🙂 Come back Monday for another Tula Pink pattern review!

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