Monday, November 9, 2020

Riley Blake Designs Hungry Animal Alphabet Fabric Tour

Every time I look at Riley Blake Designs "Hungry Animal Alphabet" fabric I can't help but smile. There was even a chuckle or two while I was sewing. Seriously, this pig reminds me of myself during this Covid quarantine thing. Food seems to fill the time! LOL

I love each of the cute characters that were designed by J. Wecker Frisch for Riley Blake and I know you will too! There are rows of food, alphabet letters and animals eating...all in 100 per cent cotton that feels amazing.

I used the Alphabet Patch panel in my quilt...such adorable creatures in it!


So many pretties to sew with!


Sewing all the sweet prints together was just so fun! I love the "Alphabet Border Strip" at the top of the quilt.


I used these four fabrics: ABC Toss Celery, Animal Toss Off-White, Gingham Red, Sunflower Yellow.


The Alphabet Border Strip is so sweet...look at that elephant, alligator, walrus, giraffe, and flamingoes. They seem to have such fun personalities, don't they!



The "Gingham Red" gave a nice "pop" as a border and binding. Wouldn't you love to have that red chair the walrus is sitting in!


"Animal Toss" in off-white would make a great quilt on it's own. J. Wecker Frisch did a wonderful job creating all the characters in this fabric line!


Iguanas, jaguars, llamas, oh my! And that ostrich...too cute!


Hippos, hens, and hats! The square blocks in the sashing were fussy cut from the "Sunflower Yellow" fabric.


Somebody already thinks this quilt is his! I guess he can have it...how could I resist that face.


These two had fun wrapping up in it for a photo. I love those smiling faces!


The "Alphabet Border Strip" in a fabric bag is just too cute! It could be filled with some apples, chocolate, or alphabet blocks and given as a gift.


You can find the fabric bag pattern HERE.

You can find the Hungry Animal Alphabet quilt pattern HERE.

Check out some other Riley Blake Designs "Hungry Animal Alphabet" projects:


Thank you for stopping by!

13 comments:

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  2. Cute, cute quilt, Carol! I love the photos of the boys wrapped inside the quilt. They give it life. The animal images are adorable. This gives me an idea for a border fabric quilt...but I don’t need anymore quilt ideas!!! LOL

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  3. You've done it again--what a cute quilt! J. Wecker Frisch should have another hit with this fabric line--she is amazing. So sweet to see the 2 boys in the quilt--how can you help but give it to a Monkey Boy? Thanks for sharing.

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  4. The alphabet border strip looks great for the bag and a wonderful use. Thanks for sharing your directions. The snuggly quilt is fabulous.

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  5. Love this fabric line and the sewing fabric book is already in my shopping cart. Your Monkey boys are too too adorable!

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  6. I love alphabet quilts and text fabrics. This one is so cute!

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  7. That is just the cutest panel for children. I cut the panel into squares and made a cloth book out of it for my grand daughter. I think I enjoyed looking at the pictures and spotting the various objects for each letter just as much as she did. The new owner looks very happy.

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  8. Oh my gosh...that fabric is adorable! Looks like a monkey boy thinks so too! I’m going to have to order some of this.❤️

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  9. Oh my gosh...that fabric is adorable! Looks like a monkey boy thinks so too! I’m going to have to order some of this.❤️

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  10. What a fun quilt. Love that fabric line. Your monkey boys look so cute wrapped up in the quilt.

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  11. The "alphabet" quilt is gorgeous.
    No wonder the kids have smiles on their faces...xox

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  12. It's beautiful but what happened to Y and Z?

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