Monday, July 8, 2019

Riley Blake Designs Storytime 30s Blog Tour

Being a part of a Riley Blake Design Blog Tour is always a joy for me. This time I've sewn a child's 
quilt using Storytime 30s by the Penny Rose Studio for Penny Rose Fabrics. If you look close 
you'll see tiny daisies, bunnies, cats, and birds, with toys sprinkled throughout. It's so cute!

Finished size is 42" x 46"


These applique train passengers in Confetti Cottons are enjoying their ride. 


The chevron rows looked great in this cute fabric.


For the back of the quilt I had some RBD Dot fabric that was perfect for it.



Wouldn't you just love a cake plate full of these fabrics!

So many beautiful colors and designs in Storytime 30s!


My favorite iron-on adhesive for applique is Heat n Bond's EZ Print Lite Sheets.
I run them through my computer...no tracing!


You can find the PDF pattern for "Train Ride Home" in my Etsy store HERE.

Check out the Riley Blake Designs blog for more fun and amazing sewing ideas.
Thanks for stopping by!

9 comments:

Deonn @ Quiltscapes said...

Oh, that is just so sweet! I love the toy train!

Anna brown said...

Very nice job ty for sharing

Roseanne said...

CAROL!!! Stop it - you keep showing the cutest quilts and they are so tempting. I have just started Your Carriage Awaits for my sweet great-niece. I think her brother just may NEED this adorable train quilt when it's finished. So, so, SO very cute and these fabrics are perfect. I love Riley Blake. ~smile~ Roseanne

Vicki in MN said...

All Aboard!!! Such a cute quilt.

Brenda @ Songbird Designs said...

This is absolutely adorable, Carol! And I would love to have a cake plate full of those fabrics!! LOL

Createology said...

Super cute child’s quilt. I adore these Storytime 30s fabrics. A plate of them is simply delicious looking! Summertime Bliss...

Needled Mom said...

Those are really cute fabrics and your design is darling. Love the name of it too.

Calicojoan said...

I want to ride on that train. What a cute quilt!

Susan said...

If I HAD a cake plate full, I'd definitely make that quilt! It is adorable. Thanks for sharing it and the link to the pattern. I have spent my quilt budget for the month, but I'll be back next month!