Boxed In Quilt
Updated: Sep 6, 2022
Meet Boxed In.
A fast, beginner + precut friendly quilt!
My spring and summer has been filled with lots of time outdoors at the baseball fields with my kids. A good outdoor quilt was a must, and this Boxed In quilt was perfect.
I really enjoy creating beginner + precut friendly quilts so that those who are just starting can find a good variety of patterns that aren't intimidating. At the same time, I like to create patterns that may look tricky, but really are simple once broken down. So grab your favorite Jelly Roll + Charm Pack and jump into Boxed In.
There are no funny angles, all squares + rectangles. AND best part, there is minimal point matching with the offset blocks!
Boxed In made it's debut this week in Issue 41 of Make Modern Magazine. I used Heirloom by Alexia Abegg for Ruby Star Society + some Add It Up in Metallic Copper from Ruby Star Society as well.
I just loved the earthy tones from the golds and rusts + the pops of blues that were apart of this Heirloom Collection paired with the Abacus quilting design - this quilt was a perfect fit for that on-the-go quilt.
Make Modern Magazine, have you heard of it? Some of you may be new to my blog and haven't heard me talk about them, so if you are new, or haven't heard of this magazine, let me tell you a little bit about it. It's an online (digital) monthly quilting magazine. It is based down under (Australia) and features designers world wide. It's full of great inspiration, fun new quilts, tips, tricks and more!
Make Modern lets you buy single issues or you can become a subscriber , choose from - 6 Month, 12 month or All Access Subscriptions - cancel anytime. Each issue is filled with great ideas you won't be disappointed.
To get your hands on this pattern now, you can grab your copy of Issue 41 right here. This month, not only was Boxed In a featured quilt, but I was honored to be one of the featured designers interviewed. So if you want to get to know a little more about me, my quilting journey and what lies ahead for Simply MackBeth Design Co., go grab yourself a copy today!
Wanna get started on your fabric pull? Here is what you'll need:
Main Fabric (Large Square) – 7/8 yard (RS4005 12M)
1 Jelly Roll* or 2.5” strips (RS4023JR)
Binding - ½ yard (RS4028 13)
Backing – 4 yards (RS4023 18)
Batting – 62” x 62” (I use warm and white)
*Pattern assumes a 42-piece Jelly Roll; you will need at least 33 – 2.5 x WOF strips to complete the quilt.
Fabric I used was Heirloom + Add It Up by Alexia Abegg for Ruby Star Society
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