Far Out Quilt Pattern Release

 
Far Out Quilt Pattern is now available.  I've had it finished for a few months; I just stopped short of uploading it, not really sure why.  It can be purchased in my Pattern Shop or Etsy if you prefer.  Some photos are included below the quilt photos to help with the pattern if you get stuck on something, especially if you are a beginner.   

The Far Out Quilt was inspired by a quilt I made for my brother and his wife when they bought their new home.  I knew they liked more minimal and modern things so went for it with my scraps.  That quilt was originally on point but I didn't feel it translated to a quilt pattern easily.  Which led to lots of playing around and ultimately ended up with something very similar yet easier to construct, since there are no bias edges to deal with if it was on point. The gray version was made using all linens and wovens and I had loads of smallish pieces that I just couldn't part with.  So I pieced them all together, then trimmed them to the size required by the pattern and this lovely version was created.  It's has tons of metallic Essex linen and truly sparkles in person.  


The next version was inspired by 80s/90s neon, which I was very into (and you can see some hot pink in the gray version). 
Three Color Variation



Strip Piecing - Cutting them to size all at once
Strip Piecing - Cutting them to size at the same time



Twirling the Seams


Instructions included for using Fat Quarters






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