Introducing… Churned Up…

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I am so excited to share a new quilt pattern from Tara at The Quilt District with you today. The pattern is called Churned Up and it is so much fun. Tara says, “Churned Up is my interpretation of a deconstructed and tossed-up churn dash block“. I really liked this quilt the minute I saw this photo, the pattern has so much energy and movement and seems really fresh.

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The pattern calls for a layer cake and some yardage in a coordinating fabric. I knew I had a layer cake in my stash so I grabbed it and got to work. Let me say that Churned Up is an EXTREMELY well written pattern. Tara is a Technical Writer by trade and she has a great eye for detail in her instructions. From the written word to the diagrams,  everything was very easy to understand. I did not have to rip out any seams with this one! I think it took me just under 8 hours to cut, piece and assemble this quilt top because the instructions were so clear.

(Don’t judge my photo, winter is getting in the way of good photos) This is my finished quilt top. With every row I finished, I kept saying, “I love this quilt!” The quilt finishes at 64″ x 72″ so it’s a good sized lap quilt. I can’t wait till this one is all quilted up! If you are interested in Churned Up you can find more information at The Quilt District.

One thought on “Introducing… Churned Up…

  1. I cannot tell you how much I love Churned Up in these 30s prints! It’s really light and fresh and soft. Thank you for your kind and thoughtful compliments, Stephanie!

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