|Baby Quilt from Tula Pink Fox Field fabric|
The kit I got from Craftsy for the Tula Pink Mystery Quilt, "Fox Tails", came with 3 sets of 2.5 inch strips, 1.26 yards of cream print, and about 1/4 yard of 3 additional fabrics. They were very generous with the strip sets. I had enough to make setting triangle in place of the cream print triangles in the pattern and I still had some full strips and a big collection of short pieces left over.
This fabric is so unique that I just couldn't put the left-over fabric in my scrap bag. I started making blocks and ended up with 26…one more than I needed for this 40 x 41 inch baby quilt. Here is the completed top. I have enough of the backing from my Fox Tails quilt to back this piece too! Sweet. I'm looking forward doing the quilting on this. It's small enough to move around easily so it's a good chance to try out some new designs.
But this isn't the end of my adventures with the Fox Field fabric collection. I still have almost a yard of the cream print fabric, a block made from twenty-five 2.5 inch squares, a four patch, thirty 2.5 inch squares, and parts of four 2.5 inch strips! I can see one more, very modern quilt with lots of negative space, yet to come!
3 quilts from one kit. Now that's incredible!