I'm trying something different this time when offering a FREE pattern. Instead of a tutorial I've made a PDF pattern that you can save or print. A few things you should know,
I'm fairly new at making an entire pattern on PDF. I did one a few years ago and decided tutorials were easier.
This is a BIG quilt the blocks measure about 28 inches, and the quilt 95.5 x 95.5.
This quilt is not pieced one block at a time, its pieced in diagonal rows.
This quilt IS NOT fat quarter friendly. You will need 1/2 yd of WOF print for each block.
I assume that most of my follows and quilty friends are somewhat familiar with quilt lingo and basic construction of a quilt. So the PDF doesn't cover the piecing of binding or the backing, but the yardage for both are included in the pattern.
This quilt is super quick and easy to put together because of the oversized pieces. If I had to put a rating on it I would rate it as a beginner quilt pattern.
Okay now that we've covered all that, if your still interested in the pattern you can find it right HERE for free. Please let me know if you have any problems with the link or pattern.
I'm linking up with Connie over at Freemotionbytheriver today, And Sew Fresh Quilts for
You should too!
~ Lea Anne ~
Oh awesome! Thanks so much for going to all that trouble. I'm thinking one in Christmas colors would be fun.... XOReplyDelete
I am impressed, have downloaded but not sure when I will start, added to the to do list, at fist I thought it was lots of squares but no larger rectangles, suits me well ! Your instructions are so clear too, many thanksReplyDelete
Thanks a lot for the pattern, I can see my daughter's face, this will be her Christmas Present.ReplyDelete
Love the design
I've made this block before on a smaller scale and I love the way it went together. Never thought to "supersize" it! The fabrics make this a super-sweet quilt!ReplyDelete
Worked like a charm! Thanks for the pattern!ReplyDelete
I am new to your blog, and you've just totally impressed me. What an ingenious way to construct a quilt! I love on-point designs, and this one is gorgeous. Great thought above, to make one in Christmas fabrics and colors!!!ReplyDelete
This is so pretty, love the fabric choices. Despite all the 'things' I am going to give the pattern a go.ReplyDelete
The pattern looks easy to follow, thanks for sharing it.ReplyDelete