The colors listed to the right in the Materials are listed from Left to Right & Top to Bottom.
This beautiful progression quilt is a breeze to make and turns out stunning! Choose 10 fabrics and start! The sizes of blocks progress from the corners while the color progresses throughout the quilt. This is an over-sized twin and would look great hung on an empty wall. The pattern will be available soon HERE. We think this design would be fun in progressing Black and Whites too! We used Batiks varying from lime to purple on a solid white background.
"Though you wouldn't expect it from the fun, quirky illustrations she is known for, Sue Marsh possesses a background in software engineering. This highly technical background provided her with the ...
"Though you wouldn't expect it from the fun, quirky illustrations she is known for, Sue Marsh possesses a background in software engineering. This highly technical background provided her with the ideal skill-set for quilt and pattern design. After 15 years working in the information industry as a software engineer, she decided to make her passionate hobby a fulltime venture and launched Whistlepig Creek Productions, her pattern design company. Whistlepig Creek has found great success in its 10 year history, with an extensive website and mail-order business thriving. "I use math-especially trigonometry and geometry-more in quilting than in software developement!" Since she was a child, Sue Marsh has always been drawing characters. Her hand-drawn illustrations reflect a sense of youthfulness, whimsy and fun. Sue has a background in fabric design, having created multiple lines of fabric for RJR Fabrics. Sue's fun, lighthearted collections of novelty prints appeal to both kids and the young-at-heart!"View all patterns by designer (64) »