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In The Meadow Blog Tour


I’m so excited to be playing with Shari Butler’s 
new fabric line called
 In The Meadow for Sweet Bee Designs!!!

These fabrics are so fresh and happy. 
The colors are bright and inspire sewing fun for days on end...

I decided to make this fun quilt using 4 blocks 
measuring 12 1/2" unfinished.

I cut 2 1/2" strips and then cut those 
into 2 1/2" squares...
the block center is 16 squares sewn 
together to create a 16-patch.

The outside edge that creates the star points are made up of 
16 half square triangles and 4 squares for the corners...
all measure 2 1/2" square unfinished. 

          The border uses the left over 2 1/2"squares.

I love putting black and white with bright colors. 
It pops the colors and makes everything grounded and cohesive.

The sashing is where I added the 1 1/2" black squares. 
Where the corners meet it creates a black and white nine-patch.

Check your local quilt stores for
In The Meadow 
It will be available this month!
Check out all of Shari's cute binding babies on her website.

Enjoy some sewing and petting fabric today!!!
Happy Sewing!
Jina xoxo

Be sure to follow along with all these amazing designers for 
In The Meadow Blog Tour!  
Tuesday April 17: Jedi Craft Girl |
Thursday April 19: Jina Barney Designs |
Tuesday April 24: Gigi’s Thimble |
Thursday April 26: Debby Brown Quilts |
Tuesday May 1: Piper’s Girls |
Thursday May 3: Go Go Kim |
Tuesday May 8: Kea Bee |
Thursday May 10: Doohikey Designs |


  1. This is the best! Thank you for always cheering me on, helping me to grow and being my best friend! Love you to the moon and back and so thankful I get to know you more every chance I get! You are amazing and just know that!

  2. Love your quilt! Fabrics are so neat!Thanks for sharing!

  3. The fabric is stunning and I just love it in your beautiful quilt!


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