Gettin' Tipsy Quilt... the cover quilt: fat-quarter friendly

Are you ready to take your quilting game to the next level? Look no further than the Gettin' Tipsy quilt pattern! This fun and funky design is perfect for quilters of all skill levels, and it's fat quarter friendly which is a great way to showcase your favorite fabrics. So grab your fabric, and let's get started!

Gettin' Tipsy Quilt close-up

What's the Deal with Fat Quarters?

If you're new to the quilting game, you might be wondering what the heck a fat quarter is. A fat quarter is a pre-cut piece of fabric that measures 18x22 inches, making it perfect for quilting projects. And the best part? The Gettin' Tipsy pattern is designed specifically to make the most of these versatile little gems of fabric.

Why Fat Quarters are Your New Best Friend

Forget about yardage – fat quarters are where it's at! These little gems are perfect for quilters who love variety in their projects. With a fat quarter bundle, you can mix and match fabrics to your heart's content, creating a quilt that's as unique as you are. Plus, they're a great way to use up those random fat-quarters you've been collection and that have been cluttering up your sewing room.

So what are you waiting for? Grab your favorite fat quarters, fire up that sewing machine, and get ready to quilt like a pro with the Gettin' Tipsy pattern. Who knew getting tipsy could be so much fun (and fabric-friendly)?

Gettin' Tipsy Quilt made with fat-quarters of Kona Solids

What makes the Gettin' Tipsy Quilt Pattern special?

The Gettin' Tipsy quilt pattern is all about having fun with your fabric. The unique design featuring half-square triangles and half-rectangle triangle creates a sense of movement and playfulness that will surely bring a smile to your face. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced quilter, this pattern is a great way to challenge yourself and try something new. 

Gettin' Tipsy Quilt Trimmed HST's and HRT's

What are Half-Square Triangles and Half-Rectangle Triangles?

Half-square triangles [HST] are created by cutting a square in half diagonally, resulting in two right triangles. Half-rectangle triangles [HRT], on the other hand, are formed by cutting a rectangle in half along the longer side, creating two smaller rectangles with a different aspect ratio.

Gettin' Tipsy Quilt by Kelly Renay

How to get started with the Gettin' Tipsy Quilt Pattern

First, grab yourself the Gettin' Tipsy Quilt Pattern, by clicking here. Secondly, gather your fat quarters and select a color scheme that speaks to you. Then, follow the pattern instructions to cut and piece together your quilt top. Don't be afraid to mix and match your fabric placement to create a unique look. 

So grab that pattern and your favorite fabrics, pour yourself a glass of your preferred beverage (quiltin' and sippin' go hand in hand, after all), and get ready to get tipsy with your quilting. The Gettin' Tipsy Quilt Pattern is sure to add a touch of fun and flair to your next quilting project.

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