Introducing Gracey Larson’s awesome Gingerbread House Quilt; a row-by-row design made up of a collection of super cute quilt blocks. They’re all traditionally pieced so very beginner friendly and we’re throwing an insta party to celebrate! (Party hats and mince pies are optional.)
Some of our favourite quilt designers joined us for a Quilt Along last Autumn. Follow the hashtag #gingerbreadqal to keep up to date with everyones’ versions of this quilt or scroll down to the bottom of this post to see some of our favourite takes on these Christmas quilt blocks.
We want this to be a community event for all, so we’d love it if you join in too. So join us in putting the “ho ho ho” into all our sewing tables this month and read on to find out more.
Where can I get this quilt pattern?
If you want to make the full project, find our complete instructions for how to sew your own Gingerbread Quilt in our digital issue 66 of Love Patchwork & Quilting magazine – it’s still available for Apple Newsstand, Zinio or Google Play through our Love Patchwork & Quilting app.
Join our #gingerbreadqal today
Want to sew and share your own festive block from Gracey’s quilt pattern? It’s easy!
Grab a copy of issue 66 through our apps for your phone or tablet (links above)
Get stitching: use any fabrics you like, this is just for fun!
Share your sewing on instagram to join in and add hashtags #gingerbreadqal #lovequiltingmag. Remember to also tag us @lovequiltingmag and Gracey @burlapandblossompatterns.
Gracey’s Gingerbread House Quilt has six blocks to choose from and they’re all traditionally pieced so you’re sure to find one that fits your style.
- Gingerbread man
- Candy cane
- Mint sweet
- Tree cookie
- Hot chocolate.
We’ll be sewing along here on team Love Patchwork & Quilting too (there are candy canes and sweets on our sewing desks as we type), and we’ll share your photos on our Instagram.
We hope you’ll join in with this lovely chance to meet other quilters in the community and have a little fun with your sewing machine too!
Community round-up! #gingerbreadqal blocks so far…
Thanks so much to all those of you, both readers and designers, who are already sewn and shared one of our Gingerbread House blocks. Here’s a gallery of some of the takes that have started to appear on instagram in our first week!
Find out more about these makers!
Goodie Gumdrops! Loving the sugar-sprinkled fabrics that Lucy Brennan has opted for with her gumdrops block. Read all about it over on her blog Charm About You
Sonia Spence has turned the gingerbread man block into this cute banner! Read her blog over at fabricandflowers.co.uk