Bartholo-meow’s Reef Boxes Quilt

Hi, my name is Trish and I blog over at notes of sincerity. Today I have a cute and simple quilt for you, made with Bartholo-meow’s Reef by Tim and Beck.

1 layer cake Bartholo-meow’s Reef (for blocks)
1/2 yard Bartholo-meow’s Reef Coral Glacie (for binding)
1.25 yards Bartholo-meow’s Reef Wave Water (for sashing and borders)
1/8 yard Bartholo-meow’s Reef Deep Water (for 30 corner stones)
4 yards Bartholo-meow’s Reef Deep Water (for backing)

cutting instructions
for corner stones : 
cut two strips measuring 1.5″ x width of fabric
subcut into 30 – 1.5″ squares
for sashing :
cut 18 strips measuring 1.5″ x width of fabric
subcut each strip into 9″ strips you need 71
for borders :
cut 7 strips measuring 1.5″ x width of fabric

for binding :
cut 7 strips measuring 2.5″ x width of fabric  
for backing : 
cut the four yards in half (selvage to selvage)
for blocks :
choose 2 layer cake squares

sewing instructions for blocks :

each square will be cut into fourths (you will have 4-5″ squares)

of those 4 squares, pull one aside, cut one of the squares into fourths (you will have 4-2.5″ squares), cut the last two square in half horizontally (you will have 4-5″x 2.5″ strips)

this is how you will layout your two blocks
sew rows and press to the darker print, then sew those rows together nestling the seams, and press flat
repeat for all remaining blocks 
once you have completed making all the blocks, lay them out in 6 blocks by 7 block rows
sewing instructions for sashing :
sew sashing strips on the right hand side of all the blocks other than the far right exterior blocks – the border fabric will later be sewn there
sew blocks together, into rows
sew sashing and corner stones for center horizontal sashing, press towards corner stones
nestle and pin horizontal sashing to rows, sew
sew rows together and press
sewing instructions for borders : 
1.  cut one 1.5″ x width of fabric strip in half, sew each half end to end with a 1.5″ strip – you will now have two 1.5″ strips – sew each strip to the top and bottom of the quilt top, trim excess and press open
2.  sew remaining 1.5″ x width of fabric strips into two longer strips – sew each strip on either side of the quilt top, trim excess and press open
quilt and bind
 long arm quilting by Kathy Olkowski

58″ x 68″ throw quilt

Trish Poolson

Jungle Path Baby Quilt


Hello everyone!  My name is Jessica and I blog at SewCraftyJess.  I am so excited to share my very first Moda Bake Shop tutorial with you today.  It seems I am often needing to make baby quilts for different friends and families new additions, so I am always on the lookout for adorable kiddo fabrics.  When I came across Bungle Jungle by Tim and Beck,  I just had to put together a baby quilt showcasing all of the adorable prints in such fun colors, and I’m excited to share it with you today!

One Charm Pack: Tim & Beck Bungle Jungle
One Jelly Roll: Tim & Beck Bungle Jungle
1 1/2 Yard Bella Solid in White


1.  From white solid:
Cut (22) 1.5″ x WOF strips

  • Subcut (4) 1.5″ strips into (32) 4″ x 1.5″ pieces
  • Subcut (6) 1.5″ strips into (32) 6″ x 1.5″ pieces
  • Subcut (2) 1.5″ strips into (16) 5″ x 1.5″ pieces
  • Subcut (3) 1.5″ strips into (12) 10″ x 1.5″ pieces
  • Subcut (5) 1.5″ strips into (5) 41 1/2″ x 1.5″ pieces
  • Subcut (2) 1.5″ strips into (2) 43 1/2″ x 1.5″ pieces
Cut (3) 3.5″ x WOF strips for quilt back
2.  Choose 16 charms to be the centers of each block and trim to 4″ square
3.  Pair each of your trimmed charms with 5″ charm and matching jelly roll strip (5″ charm and jelly roll strip should match)
4.  From each jelly roll strip, cut (2) 10″ strips from the selvedge edges.  We will be using the remaining ~20″ of jelly roll strip for the binding, set aside.
Quilt Top Assembly

Use 1/4″ seam throughout and press all seams open
1.  Sew (2) 4″ white strips onto opposite sides of your 4″ center square
2.  Sew (2) 6″ white strips onto remaining 2 sides of center square
3.  Sew (1) 5″ white strip onto one edge of the coordinating charm you selected
4.  Cut your charm/white strip piece in half lengthwise, resulting in (2) strips measuring 6″ x 2.5″
5.  Take your center square bordered in white and sew (2) matching 6″ x 2.5″ pieced strips from step 4 onto opposite sides, taking care to align the white portion of the strip to the left on one edge and to the right on the other.
6.  Sew (2) matching 10″ jelly roll strips on to remaining sides of center square bordered in white.  Your block should now measure 10″ square.  
7.  Repeat to sew 16 blocks.  Arrange your layout taking care to alternate the direction of the white strips between vertical and horizontal.  
8.  Attach blocks by sewing (1) 10″ x 1.5″ white sashing strip between each block.
9.  Attach rows by sewing (1) 41.5″ x 1.5″ white sashing strip between each row, and one sashing row on top of the top row, and one sashing row on bottom of the bottom row.
10.  Attach last two rows of sashing to the left and right borders of the quilt top.
Quilt Back Assembly

1.  Use the 24 remaining jelly roll strips and sew together along the long edge, to result in a strip pieced rectangle measuring appx 44″ x 48.5″
2.  Trim the selvedges off your strip pieced square.
3.  Cut one of your 3.5″ x WOF strips and cut in half width wise, resulting in (2) 3.5″ x 22″ strips.  Sew each half onto each of your remaining two 3.5″ x WOF strips to give you enough length to add to the trimmed edges.  Attach onto each 48.5″ edge.  Your resulting quilt back should measure appx. 48.5″ square
To make binding, choose 10 leftover jelly roll strips from cutting the 10″ strips for your blocks.  Sew together to form scrappy binding.  
Baste, Quilt and Bind as desired.


One 43″ x 43″ reversible baby quilt, ready to be loved and snuggled!


If you use this tutorial to make a Jungle Path baby quilt, I’d love to see it!  Be sure to add it to my Flickr group, and of course to the Moda Bake Shop Flickr group as well.  Thanks for stitching along!
 Jessica Kelly