Introducing Park Place & PDF Sale!

We are very excited to officially share our first Spring 2015 with you today! Meet Park Place - a fun, quick, modern, pre-cut friendly and customizable baby quilt pattern. Simple techniques like half-square triangles and fusible appliqué make this crib-size quilt a perfect last minute baby shower gift. Add the baby's name or a cute phrase to personalize the quilt for the little one. 

Park Place

We made two versions of this quilt. One little boy version with bright primary fabrics featuring cars, trucks and shapes. And one little girl version with pink, purple and aqua fabrics featuring princesses, crowns, sunglasses, ballet slippers and more! All the fabrics are by the talented Ann Kelle for Robert Kaufman Fabrics.

Park Place

To make the quilt, all you need is 27 strips for the patches and binding, 1 fat-quarter for the letters and a background fabric. That's it! 

Park Place

Quick Quilt Stats:

    • Made by: Kristy and Shayla Wolf
    • Quilted by: Kristy Wolf
    • Quilting: Straight lines and pebbles
    • Pattern: Park Place
    • Fabric: Assorted Ann Kelle prints from Robert Kaufman
    • Finished Size: 40" x 52"
    • Techniques: Basic piecing & appliqué

Park Place

The Park Place pattern is available in PDF and paper form. Park Place PDF patterns are on sale this weekend (4/3 to 4/5) for 20% off. No coupon code needed! 

If you make this or any other Sassafras Lane projects, we would love to see them! Send us photos or post them to our Flickr groupI had so much fun making this pattern, We have a few more Park Place quilts up our sleeves, including two I made for the two new little men in my life! I will share those with you next week, so stay tuned. Thanks for stopping by!


Dawn Nelson

Dawn Nelson said:

This is a darling pattern! I love that they are so easily personalized. I don’t know any child who doesn’t adore their name on their possesions.

Judy Hicks

Judy Hicks said:

I just made this quilt top. Should I stipple on the white around the name first and then quilt on the strips?

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