Chatterbox was first shared a couple of years ago when I posted this Halloween version. It got lots of attention and I always imagined it would become a pattern one day. I didn't realize it would take quite so long, but good things always do!
I made this version for my son Danny's bed. It looks much more like the original vintage quilt that the design is based on. It's a block that I have only seen one time, and wasn't sure of the construction, but loved the graphic look of it. So I drafted the pattern and remembered the block being large, so I just used a number that was easily divisible by the units needed. And voila!
The pattern includes Throw, Twin, Queen and King sizes. The cutting and assembly instructions are for the individual blocks, and the quilt is only blocks. So it's really easy to get into a rhythm once you get started.
I've made this now in two versions, but think it would be gorgeous as a Holiday table runner with just one row of blocks featuring some gorgeous fabrics. I also think a red, white and blue version would be stunning. So many possibilities.
Enjoy every stitch!