This solids version of the Carly Quilt pattern was so, so, so much fun to put tother. I love fall colors and tthis one used all of my favorites.
There are lots of different brands of solids out there and there is something to love about each of them - Art Gallery is just killing it with the muted colors these days.
All of the fabrics used in this quilt art Art Gallery Fabrics Pure Solids - here is a list of the colors that I used:
Fabric A (1 F8th of each)
Fabric B (1 FQ of each)
Fabric C (1 FQ of each)
Fabric D (1 F8 of each)
Background Fabric (2 1/2 yards)
Backing (3 7/8 yards)
And here is a photo with the fabrics labeled - there are 5 different fabric combinations.
The backing fabric is an Art Gallery flannel
. It's so soft. While my kids love minky quilt backing, I actually prefer flannel because it is cozy but still breathes and it isn't so heavy. This is the first time I have used an AGF flannel and I was impressed with the quality - it's gorgeous!
Usually I use a color from the quilt for the binding, but I went with a coordinating color instead. It's called weathered brick
and I think it might be my new favorite color. It's a really pretty purple-y red without being maroon - I love it.
If you would like to make your own version of the Carly Quilt pattern
, you can pick up a copy in my shop!