Boxes of Love Quilt Pattern - the single heart colour version

Boxes of Love Quilt Pattern - the single heart colour version

The Boxes of Love quilt pattern is now available!

This baby size Boxes of Love quilt was first off the rank when we decided this pattern was a go.  I was so eager to get started that l finished cutting and piecing the top within the day.  I love the colour combination of the pink, green and white, a palette l have wanted to use for the longest of times but not the right project on hand.  All the fabrics used are Kona solids and l just can't help but smile each time l see this baby size Boxes of Love quilt.  This single colour heart version uses yardage, so pull out your favourite fabrics and get started.   For a different colour palette check out this post for the limited colour version and this post of Tester quilts.

Pattern Includes

Boxes of Love quilt pattern includes

  • A video on how to make the curved heart block 
  • Pattern includes helpful diagrams and thorough instructions to complete your quilt 
  • A colouring page for all sizes to help plan your quilt
  • Different colour mock ups to help kick start your fabric pull options
  • Fabric requirements and instructions on making the single heart colour version, limited heart colour version (shown in this post) and the all scrappy hearts colour version (fat quarter friendly).

​Boxes of Love Skill Level - Intermediate/Confident Beginner

Boxes of Love quilt pattern has been labelled an intermediate or confident beginner quilt pattern.  The reason being is the curved quilt block, not only that, but the double curved units that shape the top of the heart quilt block and is sewn as one piece.  There is a video to show you how to piece that curve heart quilt block though, so never fear.  Other than that, the rest of the quilt pattern is quite simple, very beginner friendly and an easy quilt to put together

​Boxes of Love Quilt Helpful Notions

Though curves may be a bit scary for some, these handy notions will help make the quilt pattern a breeze.  This blog post might be helpful for you if sewing curves is new to you.

Heart templates, included in pattern.  It may be helpful for you to transfer the templates onto cardstock or plastic template sheets
Sewing pins - helpful especially when matching your seams or if you're the the pin your curves kind of quilter or simply just like to pin your pieces when sewing
6 1/2" x 24" quilt ruler - helpful when cutting your square pieces 
Glue - if you prefer to glue your curved pieces together to help keep them in place when sewing


To finish off this sweet gorgeous quilt, l went wavy again but a different kind of wavy quilting to the one l did with the throw Boxes of Love version.  I love everything about this quilt, from the design to the gorgeous heart shape, to the colour palette topped off with beautiful wavy quilting.  I am really on a wave curve kick aren't l, as l waved my way through both the throw and baby size quilts.

What next

What do you get to do now?  Go grab your copy of Boxes of Love quilt pattern and enjoy making this quilt.  Both Lily and l are eagerly waiting to see your quilty make so please do tag #lynsavenuepatterns #boxesoflovequilt #lynsavenue to share your makes with us.  You could email too if that works for you.  Next up is the tester quilts, l could not have done this without these amazing people walking this journey with us to help us bring Boxes of Love quilt pattern to you.

More photos of this cute baby size Boxes of Love quilt

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