Pixel Chain Quilt

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Over the past few months, I've gained a greater appreciation for simple quilts patterns and limited color palettes. I've also been trying to come up with some fast, but cute quilt patterns for gift quilts. I designed the Pixel Chain quilt to blend those elements. Plus I need to work through my stash! 
I used all Cotton + Steel prints, mostly from the Spring 2015 collections. I recently purchased the Creative Grids Stripology ruler and it made the cutting process for this quilt a total breeze. After that, it didn't take long to chain piece all the blocks. 

I machine quilted it with diagonal lines using variegated Aurifil 50wt cotton (#4647) that incorporates blue, white, and pink. It's hard to capture the thread in photos but it made for a really cool effect.

The quilt pattern is available in my Craftsy shop for only $4 and it includes instructions and yardage for three quilt sizes: baby (40" x 40"), lap (48" x 56"), and twin (64" x 88"). This particular quilt is the lap size and it's available for purchase in my bigcartel shop

Size: 48" x 56"
Fabric: Cotton + Steel prints
Pattern: Pixel Chain
Quilting: Diagonal lines
Completed: July 8, 2015


  1. Great quilt. As much as I love doing complex quilts, there's something comforting about making a simpler one

  2. This is really pretty. I love the simple design and the colors.

  3. Hey Felice!!
    So excited for you!! How fun to see you on Sew Mama Sew and to see your wonderful news on a fabric line with Windham!!!! I hope that you remember me...a friend of Sally's. If you need help sewing up projects with your new line, I would be honored! Best wishes to you!!!