An important part of pattern writing is pattern testing. I was lucky to have some talented pattern testers help me make sure the Holland quilt pattern is accurate and easy for you to follow. Today I’m sharing their versions of Holland so you can see the possibilities with this pattern.


In honor of the start of meteorological fall, let’s start with this beauty from Amanda. Between the pumpkin-y colors and the perfect points, I’m so in love with Amanda’s version.

ombre baby quilt in fall colors


This John Deere-inspired throw version from Lorryn has my Indiana heart singing.

green and yellow holland quilt in a field in front of a John Deere tractor


This sparkly version from Diane shows just how amazing Holland can be in one color plus the background.

purple and gray holland quilt in sparkly fabric

Isabella S.

By using a very light and very dark fabric for her version, Isabella really makes those windmills pop.

teal and white holland baby quilt


Here’s a great two-color baby version from Aislan. These pinks and purples are so soothing.

pink and purple baby holland quilt


The very dark and very light values in this version from Liz make the secondary windmill pop out.

holland throw quilt in red, yellow, and black

Isabella G.

Thinking about going scrappy. You’re in great company with Isabella. I love how she used what was in her stash around this really fun feature fabric.

holland baby quilt in scrappy fabrics


Last but definitely not least, check out this two-color throw from Lindsay. There is just something so calming about this pattern in blue.

blue holland throw quilt hanging on a wooden fence next to a bird feeder

I hope seeing all of these give you some inspiration on how you can make your own version of the Holland quilt. If you haven’t signed up for my emails yet, make sure you do that today. I have a special announcement coming about Holland tomorrow, and you won’t want to miss out.