Tula Pink Finish {Free Pattern}

I’ve completed my Tula Pink project.  Last week I had just a few rows completely sewn together.  Over the weekend I tackled the rest of them.

I didn’t overly concern myself with matching up the seams as I went along(totally out of character, I know!) which gives the piecing a little wonky feel which I think works well.  My little project was on the way to becoming a journal cover so I knew I wanted to finish all of the many seams.  I layered the top and a piece of fabric(no batting, I didn’t want added bulk) and quilted a crosshatch pattern.

I didn’t mark off the crosshatch before I quilted–it’s a bit more free form than my usual carefully marked lines.

And here’s the completed cover.

And the other side–

I added a print from The Birds and the Bees to the inside covers.

And the other side:

I really enjoyed working on this project!  I was asked about the pattern that I was using & it’s one that I drew up myself.  If you are interested in trying out this pattern for yourself I’ve attached the paper piecing pattern below.

Mini Rings Paper Piecing Pattern

Happy Wednesday!

Comments (11)

  • Love this! It turned out even better than I thought it would and what a wonderful book cover! Thanks for sharing the paper piecing pattern too. This is of course going on my to-do list …

  • Sooooooooo gorgeous!

  • Love the movement it seems to have 🙂

  • Fabulous!
    I’m off to check out the pattern – thanks!

  • Gorgeous! Thanks for the pattern!

  • very nice!!


    maria filomena

  • How cute! Tula will be proud : )

  • Cute for sure! Didn’t realize you made the pattern…you continue to amaze me! Always enjoy following your creative process from start to finish. Love the journey. 🙂

  • Wow this looks great! I would love to make something like this.

  • Love how this quilt turned out ~ love paper piecing and little squares too. Thanks for the pattern!

  • This so cool!! Frances Newcombe pointed me here. TY for the PDF, I love paper piecing!!

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