Thanks so much for your interest in our pattern! Nydia and I are especially excited about the flexibility of this pattern and have really enjoyed putting it together. The templates are useful in so many ways. Of coarse, putting the quilt together as shown is a great option,
but so it rearranging the templates in your own way!
The finished size of the quilt is easily adjusted by adding or subtracting blocks. Use combinations of the blocks for pillows,
bags, clothing, or anything else you come up with. Even consider adjusting the size of the blocks when printing/copying. A few
of the blocks in a tiny version makes an adorable zipper pouch. Happy Sewing! We can't wait to see what you make...
This pattern uses the foundation paperpiecing quilting method with a top pressed technique. It includes fourteen block templates and detailed instructions with full color illustrations.
4 yards of background fabric
2 1/2 yards fabric for the feathers
(For a scrappy look we used a variety of
*NOTE* This is an awesome project to use your scraps!
4 yards of 44" wide fabric
3/4 yard of 44" wide fabric
sewing machine with adjustable stitch
length, rotary cutter, cutting mat, rulers,
thread, printer/copier to make copies of
the templates, washi or regular tape
Alison is a surface and fabric designer for Andover Fabrics.