Fox Field X and O Quilt







I made this quilt with a fat eighth bundle of Tula Pink's Fox Field collection.  I added in three solid colored blocks because I didn't have quite enough just from this bundle.  The white x's and o's are made with Kona Snow.

I used my own method for these blocks, I think they finished up at 10" each, which makes for a quilt that's about 50"x60".

Here's a tutorial for the X block, only it's a fair bit smaller than mine. I know I had it figured out to work perfectly with one block made from each fabric of the fat eighth bundle...if I find my scribble measurement, I'll try to add it here yet!

I used a voile on the back again, which together with the light quilting and the bright pink yarn ties in the middle of each block, makes for a veeerry soft quilt!

26 comments

  1. It looks like a lot of hugs and kisses are wrapped up in this quilt.

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  2. This quilt looks so squishy! (That's a very positive thing, by the way :) ) It begs for a book and a lemonade!!!

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  3. It's amazing how far a fat eighth bundle will go! This quilt makes me want to buy more fat eighths!

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  4. So sweet. The hand tied knots really stand out nicely!

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  5. Gorgeous fabric! It fits that pattern perfectly!

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  6. What an adorable quilt. Love those pink ties, just perfect!!

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  7. Крестики и нолики - есть такая игра. Красочно!

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  8. So pretty! You always seem to find the perfect combination of pattern and fabric!

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  9. i just love those pink ties! so cute!

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  10. I love quilts using as many fabrics as possible-the scrappy look is great!

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  11. Beautiful! The tying of the quilt is such a sweet addition. I, for one, would appreciate it if you find your scribbles and let us know the size. I'm all for bigger!

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  12. It's beautiful, I love it..... So soft and vintagey looking :)

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  13. Love this quilt and how you finished it off. The tying and stitching combo is perfect.

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  14. A very cute quilt. Nice pattern for a baby quilt.

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  15. Really cute quilt - love the faric!

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  16. Such a great use of your F8 bundle, it's a beautiful quilts

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  17. What a great combo of quilting and tying.

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  18. Ahhh! I gasped when I saw the pic. The colors are gorgeous and the pattern is delightful.

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  19. You have great quilts! I love colors patterns and everything :)

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