Combing two simple blocks, the nine patch and snowball, creates a pattern that looks more complicated than it is.
This quilt was made with a jellyroll and coordinating yardage. The design is great for featuring all the fabrics in a single line.
But you can also achieve a scrappy look in this quilt by buying fabric in half-yard cuts. Using one neutral print will give the eye a place to rest and help tie all your fabrics together.
I'm a 20-something quilter who would like to make a career out of teaching and writing about quilting. I'm in the process of designing patterns for two books, one that makes piecing triangles a breeze and a second of fun, modern baby quilts. I teach at my local quilt shop and have a series of tutorials on YouTube. Read more at www.quiltaddictsanonymous.com.