Ring in 2018 with Frenchie Pop Quilt in AMB Solids featured in Quilty Magazine!

American Made Brand solid cottons by Clothworks make the front cover of the Jan/Feb 2018 issue of Quilty Magazine in the adorable ‘Frenchie Pop’ quilt!  What’s even more exciting is ‘Frenchie Pop’ was designed and made by me, Stephanie DiCola!  Inspired by French Bulldogs and the colorful art of Andy Warhol, I challenged myself to use all 75 colors in the AMB Solid cotton palette to make this wall-hanging sized quilt.

Dog lover or not, ‘Frenchie Pop’ is sure to win the hearts of many with its cheery, bright color arrangement.  The same French Bulldog applique is repeated in 9 blocks using a different color combination per block to create this eye-catching quilt.  Read how to make this quilt by picking up a copy of the Jan/Feb 2018 edition of Quilty at your favorite newsstand.  And stock up on American Made Brand solid cottons by visiting your local quilt shop (find a shop here)!

 

7 thoughts on “Ring in 2018 with Frenchie Pop Quilt in AMB Solids featured in Quilty Magazine!

  1. I’ve had many Frenchies and love them. When I saw your quilt on the Front cover I had to have this magazine. This has to be my next quilt. Thank you for designing it.

    • Hi Teresa, Thank you for the sweet comment and I’m so excited for you to make this quilt! 🙂 I hope you enjoy the process and send us a picture when you’ve completed it!

  2. Stephanie, love the quilt. I’m making a throw size one for a dog rescue group’s charity auction, with 24 dogs in all! I see you used a straight stitch to hold down the applique pieces. Did you do this for each block before sewing them together or did you do it after the quilt was constructed and sandwiched, as part of the final ‘free motion’ quilting?

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