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Sugar Pop Quilt Kit

Photo of the Sugar Pop Quilt Kit. Seven pieces of fabric in pink, magenta, lavender, and beige folded and laid flat on a white background.

You can purchase the Sugar Pop Quilt Kit here.

When it comes to commissioning quilts, my mom is my best customer. Funny enough, she is the one who taught me how to make a quilt, and the one who was always gifting quilts to new babies when I was a kid. The great thing about my mom as a customer is that she has few requests, basically giving me full creative freedom!

Photo of strips of fabric in pink, magenta, lavender, and beige laid on a white background.

So for this project, she asked me to make a baby quilt for her friend's granddaughter. At the end of last year, I made a list of all of the quilt patterns I own, but have not made yet. Without getting into details, let me tell you, it's a long list (insert laugh/cry emoji here). I narrowed it down to a few and started thinking about the colors I wanted to use. I figured, why not start the year with an unapologetically pink-a-licious fabric pull? I thought the Sugar Pop pattern from Suzy Quilts would be perfect.

Photo of a completed Sugar Pop quilt kit in pink, magenta, purple and beige hung from white and glass cabinets.
Photo of a completed Sugar Pop quilt kit in pink, magenta, purple and beige hung from white and glass cabinets. The photo is taken from the side, showing a large portion of the quilt top.

I really can't believe it took me this long to make a Sugar Pop quilt. If you've ever made a Suzy pattern, you know they are so well-written and easy to follow. Added bonus for this quilt? It came together super fast! 

Photo of a completed Sugar Pop quilt with crosshatch quilting, gingham pink backing, and maroon binding. The maroon binding has small rainbow designs on it. A corner of the quilt is folded over to the front to show the backing fabric and binding.
Sugar Pop quilt draped over a light pink door with a green wreath folded to show the light pink gingham print on the back.

I think this pattern ended up being the perfect design to feature all of these pinks (and purples, too!). I loved incorporating a low volume background fabric into this kit and the Kitchen Window Wovens Lingerie backing made this quilt super snuggly.

Completed Sugar Pop Quilt hanging from white cabinets with glass doors holding bolts of fabric.

Have you made a Sugar Pop quilt? Do you have a favorite Suzy Quilts pattern?

You can purchase the Sugar Pop Quilt Kit here.

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