The website where I found this Bento Box quilt pattern has long since taken down the tutorial, Too bad since it was a very well written pattern so it is a pity I can not link back to it. I guess that is what happens when you work on a project for 4 or 5 years before finishing it. Good thing I had made a print out of the instructions.
I made it with a light grey background and a fat quarter bundle I received in a monthly assortment of fat quarters I was receiving from Sew Sisters Bargain Hunters Club. So pretty isn’t it? (no affiliation, yada yada).
Simple quilting using the serpentine stitch programmed into my sewing machine and straight stitching in the borders finished it off.
I’m putting this one aside for the next time I need a baby quilt for a little girl.
5 thoughts on “Bento Box Quilt”
That is one of the nicest bento box quilts I’ve seen. Your colors really make the quilt sing. And what a bonus — having a baby gift already finished waiting for a baby. Nice job.
Thank you so much! I’m very pleased with how it turned out!
I love these colors and the gray background really makes them pop.
Classic pattern! You can purchase the Bento Box pattern I know because we sell it in the store where I work. Your version turned out so well. Love your colors! Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.
I love this quilt! That grey background is so perfect and really complements all of the prints!