Here’s Snow’s SnowBell Prize quilt! You ask, ‘Why is it called SnowBell Prize’, you may be able to guess it. One of my daughter’s nicknames is SnowBell Prize. I wanted to make her a snowflake quilt that was fun and colorful!
When I had previously used this Andover Fabrics Rainbow Hearts and Stars fabrics for a different quilt, I thought it would make a perfect Snowflake fabric. We pulled colors from this fabric for the backgrounds of the blocks.
Fabrics used in cover photo: All Kona Cottons
A: Sangria, Pomegranate, Sassy Pink, Med. Pink, Orangeade, Mac and Cheese, Canary, Clover, Parrot, Jade, Green.
B: Nightfall, Royal, Malibu, Lagoon, Jamaica, Ice Frappe, Noble Purple, Mulberry, Violet and Grapemist.
C: Rainbow Hearts and Star fabric by Andover fabrics. (Unfortunately, I don’t think this is in print anymore)
The pattern includes instructions for: Baby (48 x 48 in), Lap (48 x 64 in), Throw (64 x 80 in), Full (80 x 96 in), Queen (96 x 112 in) and King (112 x 112 in).
**You can make a TWIN size by adding a small border to the Throw size.
There are cutting instructions for:
2 main color option
3 main color option
Scrappy using Fat Quarters
Super Duper Scrappy
This pattern has 2 different Snowflake quilt blocks that can be made using yardage, fat quarters, or you can go super duper scrappy!
I quilted this by going diagonal through the blocks twice, horizontal twice and vertical twice. I was kind of going for a Snowflake quilting vibe.
I love pairing a Black and White binding with rainbow inspired quilts! I just so happened to find some black and white stripped binding already made in my fabric bins!
I hope you love this quilt design and it inspires you to create your own quilt!!
Here are my awesome quilt testers beautiful versions of this SnowBell Prize Quilt!
I’m so excited to see your versions!!