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Posted on: September 14th, 2019 by Lorna McMahon

Welcome to my PHAT FARM!

Although this won’t be the last PHAT quilt you’ll be seeing….
Please say hello to the PHAT FARM ANIMALS!






I quilted using my usual method – walking foot wavy lines.

This backing provides a wonderful contrast to the bright front of the quilt. And features the month your baby was born!


“PHAT FARM” baby quilt finished at 40″ x 40″




labels ordered from Ikaprint.



The PHAT FARM pattern provides instructions for these blocks to finish at 12″ or 24″.
You can find the pattern HERE.

I am having so much fun working on a whole lot more PHAT ANIMALS!








Keep On Quilting On!




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11 Responses

  1. Nancy J says:

    Phats galore,and every one a winner. I could not pick one to be my favourite as they all looked wonderful.

  2. These are adorable! Love the Phat!

  3. OMG you have done it again, Lorna. So original and so adorable. Must. Have. All. The. Patterns. You inspire me!

  4. Kathy says:

    So super cute! All of the phat animals are just adorable! Your creativity continually amazes and inspires me! Now I have to make some phat animals too!

  5. Pam McDonald says:

    I can't stop giggling. I love them!! You are so funny.

  6. KaHolly says:

    Your creations never cease to amaze me! Well done, Lorna. Again! I love that backing fabric. I hadn’t seen it before, but I also don’t shop very much. I’m trying to use some restraint!

  7. Lee says:

    You are so clever and talented! I love these!

  8. Frédérique says:

    Love the cow! Cute animals!!

  9. Wow I was admiring the farm animals and when I scrolled down you have a zoo and a forest too! You are so creative! It is amazing how you can use the same body and make so many different animals!

  10. Oh My Stars!!! I love them!! I love the pig.. the cow… I love them all!

  11. Anonymous says:

    I am having fun making the Phat farm. Just wondering what your timeline is for completing the zoo animals?Thanks Audrey