I put together this little quilt with a bundle of Benartex's Tango fabric line. I got it earlier this year, and I just haven't gotten around to using it. These fabrics are so summery and bright, that I knew I needed to go ahead and use them up before fall gets here.
I modified my Unruly pattern for this quilt. This is such a fun, easy pattern. I love that it looks like it requires lots of planning for the random look, even though it doesn't. Since I like to make my preemie quilts 36 inches square, the large 18 inch blocks were perfect for this. Four blocks...and done! I really enjoyed making this pattern the first time around with my Amy Butler prints, and I can't believe I haven't made another one since. I think I'm going to have to do another bigger one soon!
Some wide stripes made for a fast backing, and a scrappy binding finished it off quickly! Hooray for accomplishing goals. Here's a recap of all six!
The kind people at Benartex asked if I would like some extra fabric to give away to my lucky readers, and of course I said YES! So, up for grabs are two bundles of the Tango line, each with 8 prints. I cut these myself, and without thinking, I cut them into regular quarter yard cuts, rather than fat quarters, just FYI.
Edited 8/30- I'm linking these preemie quilts up to 100 Quilts for Kids at Quilts in the Queue!