I’m showing you my four-patch stacked posie quilt complete with its wrinkles because it is a completely fun project. It’s perfect for those of us who love a good WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? quilt. Once you get the concept down, you can play around with your setting. This was a blast.




I used Philip Jacobs’ lush Floral Burst print. Hmm, might have to get some of it in grey… I kept going with some mooshy lushness in some of the setting squares and triangles. I used the concept from Mary Lou Hallenbeck’s pattern for the blocks and just played around with settings.

Love. Fun. Despite the wrinkles. Can’t wait to see what happens when it’s quilted!



  1. Oh, what a great fabric for that kind of project! It’s hard to believe that’s only one fabric. Very cool! I’ll be standing by to see “what happens next!”

  2. Jackie said

    Ooooo, Amy, I just love the colors and that Philip Jacob’s fabric is a fave of mine. Love the result. Please show us a picture when it is competed!

  3. valerie said

    Wow. This is so pretty. Thanks for showing it. It is gorgeous!

  4. So fabulous! And it does look like fun :). But — if I had been online shopping, I don’t think I would have looked twice at that pattern. Good for you for seeing the possibilities there!


  5. MichelleB said

    Well, the quilt is beautiful. I love it. What I do not love is following your links – which just cost me money. Kaffe scrap bags at Glorious Color. Did you do that on purpose?

  6. Janet said

    Wow wee, I love it when a quilt gets built like that. I’m going to love seeing it quilted.

  7. Katy said

    that is so pretty – I bet it looks amazing in real life

  8. Cathy said

    Oh I’m loving this one Amy, just gorgeous. Doesn’t his fabric look so different cut up like that? In grey would be beautiful. xo

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