Rail Fence Charity Quilt

This week was all about charity quilts and I have a second one to show you! I used half a jelly roll from the Fleurologie collection to make a rail fence quilt that fit within the Quilt’s for Kids size specifications.

Rail Fence Charity Quilt

It came together really quickly using three-piece strip sets.

Rail Fence Charity Quilt

Aren’t those fabrics cute??

Rail Fence Charity Quilt

Loving these colors!

Rail Fence Charity Quilt

We were asked to use machine binding for strength, so I added some curved stitching in pink to make it a bit more fun! Four leftover jelly roll strips worked perfectly for a scrappy look.

Rail Fence Charity Quilt

All finished! The large-scale stipple kept the quilt nice and soft.  It’s in the dryer now and then it will be ready to send off to a special little girl.

Rail Fence Charity Quilt

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Happy Quilting, friends!

  • Shauna

    love it, the colors will definitely brighten a little girls world!!!

  • This is lovely, Rachel! I think it is fun how quickly baby and crib size quilts can come together. 🙂

  • Very cute! I love all the bright flowery colors together. Some little girl will be lucky to get it.

  • The colours are so lovely! I love how snuggly stippling comes out after the dryer. A little girl is going to love it for sure!

  • This is darling! I love the binding stitch you did.

  • Yes, those fabrics are cute!
    I made a similar rail fence quilt for charity not long ago too. Snap!
    Interesting that they asked for machine-stitched binding. I would not have thought there would be much difference in strength.

  • Such a great idea to add stitching to the binding. Your quilt is so darling, some little girl is sure to love it!

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