Welcome to Part Three of our Little Ruby Quilt Along! This gorgeous Little Ruby quilt, designed by Camille Roskelley of Thimble Blossoms, features the Little Ruby fabric collection by Bonnie & Camille. Last week we shared a video on how to make the Star Blocks, and this week we’re showing you how to assemble the quilt!
Two quilts?! Yes! This quilt pattern is super cool because you’ll actually end up with enough blocks for two different quilts if you add additional background fabric and binding! FYI: The background fabric used for the second quilt, the quilt on the right in the image below, is Little Ruby Coral Little Sundae.
If you’re ready to start your Little Ruby Quilt we’ve got tools to help you complete a Little Ruby quilt of your own. Not only will we share three separate video tutorials to show you what to do, step-by-step, we also have some Creative Grids Rulers that are going to make cutting and piecing so much easier. Woo hoo!
5/30/16 – Part One: Getting Started (Fabric Requirements & Cutting)
Watch the third part of our video series above, and
learn how to assemble your own beautiful Little Ruby Quilt!
The free pattern for Part 3 can be found HERE
If you want to make the exact quilt shown above, you’ll be happy to know we’re offering a Little Ruby Quilt Along Kit! This quilt was designed by Camille Roskelley exclusively for FQS, and it’s such a beauty! We also have a coordinating Backing Set!
Two Creative Grids rulers were used to make this quilt: Creative Grids Hexagon Trim Tool and Creative Grids 60 degree Double Strip Ruler, which need to be purchased separately from the quilt kit.
Check Out the Fabulous Bloggers Quilting Along!
We’re super excited to have several talented bloggers quilting along with us. Stop by their blogs to see which fabrics they’re using and what their star blocks look like!
The link for the pattern goes to the video also. I love this quilt so much! Thank you for sharing!
No pattern, just video links. Great quilt
Me, too! No pattern. Love the pattern. Thank you.
same here no pattern links to video. Love these quilts so quick and two at once.
Guess I will check back later to see if the link has been corrected.
The link for part 3 quilt assembly works over on Pat Sloan's Blog
If you go to the video, and then "see more" below the video, the pattern is there.