Peyton at Play is one of my all-time favorite quilt patterns. Not because I like to make it or because it is so well designed, but it is also named after one of my children! Peyton at Play will always hold a special place in my heart and make me think of my son.
|Peyton at Play featuring playful collections by Camelot Cottons|
In addition to the sentimental reasons for choosing this pattern as the April 2013 Pattern of the Month, Peyton at Play is a great pattern, perfect for children’s quilts. It is a quick sew and stylishly shows off focal prints. Use your favorite, or your child’s favorite, big, bold prints and create a themed quilt for them to enjoy.
|Image via LA Quilter|
The sample was made featuring Ann Kelle’s Urban Zoologie, but it is seen here in red, whites and blues by Minick and Simpson. This patriotic version, by LA Quilter, is much more mature and belongs on a stylish sofa . What do you think? What collection would you feature in Peyton at Play?
Happy-Go-Lucky by Bonnie and Camille. That might make it a girl's quilt, but I think it would be really cute.
Esprit de Noel Fat Quarter Bundle wouldn't it be great in this fabric??? Such a great simple graphic pattern and a great way to show off the fabrics !
I think Ashbury Heights would work well.
I'd love to see this pattern made up in the new Little Red Riding Hood line by Riley Blake.
Silk Road by Debra Valencia of Insights for Wilmington Prints
Glamping by Moda — so want to throw this over the seat and find that old tear drop trailer with your other post for Mary Jane Butters' collection!
I think this pattern would be so cute done in Pet Park by Robert Kaufman.
Honey Honey from Kate Spain would work great with it's big prints!
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