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Modern Medallion

from Two Little Aussie Birds
(7) Name: 'Quilting : Modern Medallion
Modern Medallion
Modern Medallion
Modern Medallion

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should be familiar with basic quilting and piecing

Pattern Description:

The Modern Medallion is designed from the centre out. Multiple borders surround the central medallion using a variety of modern techniques. The completed quilt size is 63" square.

The pattern instructions are broken up into each border. You will learn a variety of modern quilting techniques, such as improv foundation piecing, wonky piecing and free hand curves. Enjoy yourself - one thing I love about modern quilting is letting go of perfection and precise points. Embrace the unique design that comes from the improvisational nature of creating one of a kind quilt.

As this quilt is mostly made out of fabrics from my stash, it is hard to give an accurate fabric yardage. I would suggest approximately 3 yards of low volume fabrics, 3 yards of the coloured fabrics, with an extra 3 yards for the borders. However, a great variety will be required to achieve the many pieces that make up the Modern Medallion.

Intermediate quilting skills required to complete this pattern

Join me on online! Use #modernmedallion on Instagram or the Modern Medallion Quilt Along group on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/modernmedallion.

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 63" square

Materials:

  • Quilting fabric
  • Sewing supplies
  • Sewing machine

You Will Also Need:

  • Rotary cutter and mat


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About the designer

I am a mother; a wife and I love craft. In between running after my kids (Chloe is six and Archer is 5 months old) and usually late at night, I manage to find the time to do some sewing.

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