Shortcut Quilt: Fat Quarter Cobblestone

And back again with another Shortcut Quilt! We have a fun quilt along featuring a new, free pattern – Fat Quarter Cobblestone – and video tutorial! This quilt is fun to make and takes you right on the (yellow) brick road! It is also one of our fastest Shortcut Quilts! You go from cutting to sewing your rows together in no time and it is great for showing off big novelty prints!

The beautiful Quilt Kit used to make our version of this quilt features Fragile by Zen Chic for Moda Fabrics. And finish off your quilt with the matching Backing Set!

Let’s get quilting! Follow along with the video as Kimberly walks you through the Fat Quarter Cobblestone pattern step by step!

We are super lucky and excited to have some quilty, fun friends join us for the Fat Quarter Cobblestone quilt along! Check out their blogs to see their unique twist on the free Fat Quarter Cobblestone pattern!

AJ of Home Place Quilts
(@homeplacequilts)
Anne of Said With Love
(@anneboundy)
Bonnie of Sunset Family Living (@sunsetfamilyliving) Cynthia of Dream Quilt Create (@dreamquiltcreate)
Dawn of The Littlest Detail
(@thelittlestdetail)
Heather of A Creative Pursuit (@acreativemama)
Hilary of Young Texan Mama (@byhilaryjordan) Jen B of The Smitten Chicken (@thesmittenchicken)
Jen V of Heritage Threads
(@heritage.threads)
Joanne of Quilts by Joanne (@turtlequilterjo)
Kairle of Kairle Oaks
(@kairleoaks)
Karin of Blue Pip Designs
(@kpud)
Kim of Lily Patch Quilts
(@lilypatchquilts)
Kristen of Meadowbrook (@kkmeadowbrook)
Marianne of Dis for Dovey (@likeslimabeans) Melanie of A Bit of Scrap Stuff (@mellierc)
Michele of Island Life Quilts (@michele_likes_to_quilt) Patty of Elm Street Quilts (@elmstreetquilts)
Rebecca of One Wee Bird (@oneweebird) Sarah of Pirouette Paper Craft (@sarahboirin)

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5 comments

  1. I love this pattern! Thank you for showing me how to make one of my own. All of the quilts in the links are sew inspiring. It is wonderful to see how a new pattern works up in such a wide variety of fabrics and that they all look wonderful. Hope to me sewing my own version soon … 🙂 Pat

  2. Thanks for another great pattern! Appreciate how you’ve started putting in thumbnail pics of the participating bloggers.

  3. You said that you never use the cutting mat to measure out your larger cuts. Why is it better to layer your rulers?

    1. For precision, Kimberly prefers to always use rulers over the cutting mat for cutting pieces. For cutting large yardage pieces, she will use the cutting mat.