I made this quilt for my friend Jessie “no-pink” girl. This pattern, the Rosaile Quilt from Valorie Wells, is nice and easy, but like any quilt, takes a good deal of time. I’ve been working on this one for months.
I pulled deep from my stash. I see some old Amy Butler in there, some Joel Dewberry, some Heather Bailey and even some Hobby Lobby fabric. Some fabric I’ve had so long I don’t remember who designed it. A few years ago the “oldness” of the fabric might have bothered me, but I’ve learned that unlike my high school clothing trends, as long as I like a fabric print, it is timeless.
I’ve made hexagon quilts before, but this pattern is much easier than how I’d done it in the past. The pattern comes with 2 hexagon sizes. I made a twin-sized quilt using the smaller hexagons. I love how it turned out and love it’s soft wrinkley-ness. I’ll see Jessie in a couple of weeks bearing this as a gift. I truly hope she likes it.