In August we had a kaleidoscope Quilt workshop held at Gunnedah Fashion Fabrics.
With one fabric and a small amount of contrast, cut carefully and the magic begins. We had 3 colour waves, yet each quilt looked totally different.
This is the original black fabric.
In September I travelled to Kiama for a Jelly Roll Rug workshop.
It was a great day, lots of colour. Well done ladies.
More rug photos in previous .
Final round up for 2019 tomorrow.
Mystery Quilt and Free Motion Quilting.
This beautiful quilt was originally designed as a mystery marathon quilt. It uses a main feature fabric, which could be a novelty print, a big floral pattern or something similar. This makes it a perfect project for a fabric that might be a little different to what you would usually use when you patchwork. Go crazy and use a fabric that inspires you! And then choose fabrics to go along with it, to make this gorgeous quilt.
Chloe is now available for download on Craftsy, or for a limited time as a paper pattern in our online store (and it’s currently half price there!)
Easy Peasey really is an easy quilt to make, and it looks fantastic. It uses 16 fat ¼s and 80cm of fabric for the first border and binding. Each block uses just two fabrics, but due to the way that the blocks are cut each quilt made from this pattern will be unique.
The finished quilt is approximately 167.5cm x 167.5cm (67” x 67”), while each block measures approximately 12 ½”.
Easy Peasey is available as a digital download or for a short period as a physical pattern in our half price pattern clearance.