Are you ready to finish this quilt? Our special method shows you not only how to finish the quilt, but is a method that can be used on other sets of blocks…
This week we are gonna make Great Blocks from groups of four of the blocks we made last week…
This week, I offer the pattern for the blocks in this quilt. The blocks all have the same construction, but use two different colorations of fabric.
Our Friendship Group had our annual mountain retreat this month. I was fiddling with the design of a quilt for my grandson. My friend Cathy O’Brien looked over my shoulder, asked me a few questions and made some design suggestions… And this O’Brien Sunrise quilt was born!
Okay …. I am on vacation! And I had this Kaffe Fassett jelly roll (from Flying Geese Quilt Shop in Tustin) calling my name. So I answered… And made (finished!) a whole quilt top!
It’s a little gray here at LynBrown.com today… But that’s a good thing!
We began 2012 with this easy Rail Fence Variation quilt that can be made easily and with a Jelly Roll or Bali Pop. The contrasting rail adds an extra design element and using the precut strips eliminates a lot of work. This is a perfect pattern for a novice quilter.
This Callifornia Roll Quilt is easy to make from a Jelly Roll or Bali Pop or any collection of 40 to 50 each 2 1/2″ Width Of Fabric Strips.