In the Hayloft Quilt Pattern

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Quilt-thusiasts, get wrapped up in warmth with the enchanting In the Hayloft Quilt! Create a haven of comfort and style with this charming design.

Introducing the In the Hayloft quilt pattern a delightful lap quilt that puts a modern spin on a classic favorite.

Featuring a bold, barn quilt-inspired star at its heart, this quilt invites you to play with tradition in a fresh, contemporary way. The combination of a fun, decorative, striped border for visual appeal and the four center stars make this quilt pop with a vibrant statement.

In the Hayloft quilt pattern is for all levels of quilting, but is ideal for beginning quilters who want to try detailed piecing but on a larger scale. The oversized blocks are designed to make quilt construction a breeze and include detailed instructions on how to handle putting together the blocks. It might look complicated, but I assure you it’s very simple to assemble.

In the Hayloft Quilt Pattern on porch Swing

About the In the Hayloft Quilt Pattern

The In the Hayloft quilt pattern is an easy to assemble, beginner friendly quilt pattern. It finishes at 61″ x 61″, making it a perfect lap quilt, but large enough for cozy family moments. It’s easy to assemble and is best suited for yardage (aka scraps). 

This pattern is ideal for using up some of your scraps or leftovers from a fat quarter bundle. I’ve made different variations from scrap yardage and leftover fat quarters. It would also be a great way to use up low volume fabrics for the background, too. It’s also ideal for solids or any type of fabric collection and would work well using similarly colored scraps and low volume background fabrics.

The charm of the In the Hayloft pattern is its straightforwardness. Even beginners will find this quilt pattern easy to grasp and possibly your new favorite go-to pattern. And, that striped border and sashing use strip piecing to insure everything goes together smoothly. 

In the Hayloft Quilt Pattern cover

In the Hayloft Inspiration

I’ve become a little obsessed with single block designs in a quilt and wanted to highlight the beauty of an individual block.

The inspiration for In the Hayloft came about because I wanted to create a design that leaned a little Americana. This led me to became a wee bit obsessed with barn quilts. I loved how singular designs were able to be highlighted and stand out…like on the side of a barn.

I decided to design a quilt that would highlight a single design, sans the actual barn. Since a barn quilt over my garage would look out of place, instead, I highlighted the block by using a decorative border.

In the Hayloft is designed for quilters of all skill levels. The big blocks allow you to perfect trimming and piecing.

What sets In the Hayloft apart is the pattern’s simplicity. The pattern features clear and concise instructions along with detailed diagrams, ensuring an enjoyable quilting experience. Whether you’re a seasoned quilter or just beginning, you’ll relish each step of this creative journey.

In the Hayloft Quilt Pattern

Mix & Match Fabrics

In the Hayloft works well with both a fabric collection or solids. It would also look amazing by pulling similarly-colored scraps together to create a one-of-a-kind quilt!

Personally, I think there’s something incredibly satisfying about pulling random stash fabrics together to transform them into something so beautiful. Personally, I can’t get enough of giving new life to fabrics that might have otherwise been forgotten.

In the Hayloft Quilt Pattern Fabrics

One Pattern with Tons of Options

The In the Hayloft pattern may only come in one size, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have options. I’ve pulled together a few unique options to get some ideas flowing.

  1. This variation uses solids from the Art Gallery Pure Solids collection for a soothing, modern take.
  2. This uses a collection called Sunshine & Sweet Tea from Riley Blake Fabrics.
  3. My good friend Heather Valentine from The Sewing Loft has a fun line of fabrics called Color Club and I used some bold, fun colors for this design. Check with your local quilt shop or Etsy for fabrics.
  4. I took the fabrics from #2 above and created a design that eliminated the sashing and decorative border. Note: These fabric requirements are included in the upcoming In the Hayloft Pattern Suite. Watch for an email with a special offer!
In the Hayloft Quilt Pattern samples

Beginner Friendly

The beauty of the In the Hayloft pattern lies in its big block design. Even if you’re a confident beginner, you’ll find these blocks are easy to accomplish. The pattern features clear and concise instructions, along with detailed diagrams, ensuring that you never feel overwhelmed. Whether you’re an experienced quilter or just starting out, you’ll enjoy every step of the process.

I have listed several blog posts that will help you make this quilt! Learn from these tutorials and you’ll be ready to make your own version of a In the Hayloft. Note: More links are included on the QR Code page.

In the Hayloft Quilt Pattern block pieces

Cozy Cottage QR Code

Exclusive Extras

This quilt pattern includes a QR Code – you know, those odd looking squiggly lines in a box. Just hover your cell phone camera over the QR Code and then click the link.

A private page will open and you’ll be able to see all sorts of links to valuable tutorials, instructional videos, pattern upgrades, any pattern corrections, an enhanced supply list, and any future details about this pattern.

A Pattern with tons of options!

In the Hayloft Quilt Pattern collage

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