Positively Perfect: a free quilt and throw pillow pattern.

If you can believe it, I have never made a quilt for myself.

Until now.

I called it the Positively Perfect Nap Quilt, in the hopes that my dreams of napping would materialize.

It may have just worked once or twice.

You can find the pattern and step-by-step details over at the Moda Bake Shop today. Be sure to stop over and tell me what you think! And if you’re here from the Moda Bake Shop, welcome! Look around and stay a while, I’m so glad you’re here.

Since I was dreaming of all the lovely naps I would take with this quilt, I figured a pillow was in order. (Plus, there were a few scraps of my Hometown Jelly Roll left.)

It turned out so cute, I thought I would share!

The Positively Perfect Pillow Pattern.

Quick, easy, and oh so darling. (Click the link above to download a printable PDF.)

Do you need a nap today?

PS There are a limited number of kits  to make the quilt over in my shop. And by limited, I mean LIM-I-TED. So grab one quick, before they’re gone! (The kit will give you almost everything you need to make the pillow, too. Just snag a little extra cream fabric and some pillow batting, and you’re golden.)


Comments

  1. 1
    Susan says:

    this is a beautiful & fun loving quilt; it would sit perfect in my home, as I’m a fan of this color combo; thank you for the inspiration & free pattern(s)!

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    Kathy says:

    Incredible! That is the perfect word to describe you and your patterns. Way to go!

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    Linnea says:

    I too love this color combo. Looks like a fun quilt and pillow to make. Came over here from Moda Bake Shop! Thank you for sharing your quilt.

    ~Linnea

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    Kristin M says:

    Lovely quilt and pillow! Great way to use up some scraps too!

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    Amy L. says:

    Those are amazing!! I love how you did the back of the quilt. The whole thing is beautiful. Love the pillow, too! Thanks for sharing!

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    *LyndiLou* says:

    I love that you made a pillow to go along with your darling quilt! Good thinking! :) And better yet, a free pattern. You’re the best!

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    Heidi Cosseboom says:

    I love love this quilt and pillow. Printed the pattern from Moda Bakeshop. What would I have to do to increase the size to a twin? Would love to make this for my boys bed.

  11. 11

    What a positively fun quilt design. Thanks for sharing your designs with us.

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    VickiT says:

    What a beautiful quilt and the bonus of the matching pillow pattern is wonderful. Thank you.

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    Barb in MI says:

    Love your MBS quilt! Perfect size for a QoV in patriotic reds & blues – will dig in my stash and get going. Thanks for sharing!

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    Beatrice says:

    Hi, I love your quilt pattern at the Moda Bake Shop !
    Just wanted to let you know I seem to be having problems downloading the printer-friendly version at the moment. Will try again later, though.
    Note : couldn’t leave a comment on the site itself as I don’t have a Blogger account.
    Beatrice (from France – Europe).

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    Beatrice says:

    Hi,
    have finally managed to download the printer-friendly pattern. Problem was my computer, I believe!
    Thank you again for the pattern. Look forward to getting started.
    Beatrice.

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    Meda says:

    I just loved the perfect nap quilt–I’m almost finished with the piecing and plan to make the cute, cute matching pillow–hope I have enough cream already???
    I’d planned this for a wedding gift but may like it tooooo much and keep it.
    Thank you for the patterns!
    Meda

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