Gradation Quilt Pattern

from Don't Call Me Betsy

Gradation Quilt Pattern Pattern

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Quilting: Gradation Quilt Pattern
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Gradation Quilt Pattern Fabric Requirements
Gradation Quilt Pattern Pattern Cover - Gradation Quilt

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Blanket/Bedspread

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • basic sewing skills: how to use a sewing machine, how to use rotary cutter, etc

Pattern Description:

Gradation is a fun twist on a traditional values quilt, where you can play with color temperature (warm vs cool) or color value (light vs dark) for a truly dynamic, interesting finished quilt! This six page quilt pattern include thorough step-by-step instructions with diagrams throughout to illustrate each step fully.

This pieced quilt pattern features a quilt that has previously been seen in a past issue of Modern Quilts Unlimited. The cover pattern features fabrics from a scrappy assortment of Art Gallery collections, in shades of blue and pink.

You'll find a black and white line drawing of the block in the pattern that you can reproduce to your heart's content until you figure out the right fabric/color placement that makes you excited to start cutting! You'll also find detailed instructions, complete with photographs and full-color diagrams to assist you in your quilt making. Cutting and yardage information is provided for four quilt sizes: baby, lap, twin, and queen/king.

If you make something using this pattern, please do share it with me! You can share it with me on Flickr in my Flickr group or on Instagram by tagging me (@dontcallmebetsy) or using the hashtag #dontcallmebetsy.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • four sizes included with pattern: baby, lap, twin, and queen/king

Materials:

  • see photo with fabric requirements for all four sizes

You Will Also Need:

  • sewing machine in good working condition
  • needles and thread
  • iron for pressing

About Designer

About Designer

Elizabeth Dackson on craftsy.com

complete fabric addict; modern quilter; stay-at-home-mom

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