There's nothing better than an easy pattern that looks complicated. You just need to be able to sew a half-square triangle and cut strips to make the blocks for this quilt.
18 Carat is made with a 10-inch square pack and coordinating yardage. The pattern is named for the sparkling gemstone
The Burst Block of the Month pattern book from Quilt Addicts Anonymous.
Designed by Stephanie Soebbing, Burst is Clothwork’s 2017 Block of the Month, featuring Fresh Batiks. The finished quilt measures 72-inches square. Instructions are included for an optional border to increase the size to 84-inches square.
The quilt may look difficult,
This quilt can easily be completed in a weekend. All you need are two charm packs and 3 3/4 yards of coordinating yardage for the background. The instructions include directions to make half square triangles from squares, so you can turn the charm packs into half square triangles in no
Hillside is a Jelly Roll and stash-friendly pattern. Made entirely of 2 1/2-inch strips with no neutral fabric, Hillside will help you show off all those beautiful prints in the design roll you just had to have.
Use two Jelly Rolls from the same fabric line for a unified look, two
The Kaleidoscope Block of the Month features Stonehenge Gradations by Northcott in the Kaleidoscope pattern designed by Stephanie Soebbing, pattern designer, blogger at QuiltAddictsAnonymous.com and Sit & Sew Radio podcast host. The color changes and 12 block designs make the pattern look difficult, but it can be accomplished by any quilter who can
What looks like 8-pointed stars floating in a black background are actually Hunter’s Star blocks made using the Rapid Fire Hunter’s Star - Petite Star tool. Each of the three projects use the same pieces, but their different arrangements give them distinct personalities. Rapid Fire Hunter's Star- Petite Star tool is
Medallion Star is a great way to show off all the fabrics in a line you love or as a way to use up some of your stash. The pattern is fast and easy to assemble, with the dramatic look coming from how you use color to make the star
What happens when you try to feather a shape that isn't a star? How about a feathered X? It turns out that it's much easier but with all of the wow factor. In the words of the Pina Colada song, "though I'm nobody's poet, I thought it wasn't half bad."
Palm House quilt was inspired by a traditional quilt block pattern but created on a larger scale for a dramatic design. It works well with patterned fabrics, but would also be beautiful in solid cottons.
Designed by Heather Jones
Make a pineapple quilt the Studio 180 way! Instead of paper foundation that has loads of waste and requires tons of paper removal at the end of project consider using our process. With the Large Square Squared, you'll be constructing blocks using slightly oversized pieces and then trimming as you go.
Protean comes from the name of an ancient god and shapeshifter. Pretty fitting for a quilt that seems to change before your eyes. Keep it scrappy of play with a colorwash. How will you make you mythic quilt?
Designed by Eye Candy Quilts
Finished size: 60" x 77"
Quixote whirls and spins like the blurring blades of a windmill, A zig zag set leaves plenty of room for some fancy quilting or a large scale print. Quixote is destined to be a classic, but you knew that already.
Designed by Eye Candy Quilts
Finished size: 85" x 85"
Don't let the complicated look of this quilt fool you. It is simple and fast to create. You just need an equilateral triangle ruler and you'll be ready to whip up your own Rainbow Layer Cake.
This pattern utilizes strip piecing and rows are sewn together on the diagonal so there