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Tropical Storm

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Created in this Craftsy Course

2014 Block of the Month: Craftsy Color Theory taught by Janine Burke and Amy Walsh

Conquer color theory in this FREE mini class sponsored by Michael Miller Fabrics. Choose and combine colors with confidence for harmonious blocks and eye-candy quilts.

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Category Quilting
Type Quilt
Style Classic, Traditional, Whimsical
KChristine on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? cotton batiks

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Wow!! This is absolutely gorgeous!!! Beautiful work.

07/16/2014 Flag

amazing. Love the colors and the movement

10/14/2014 Flag

that is such a cool quilt omg I love it. where did you fine the pattern

11/20/2014 Flag

it's a traditional Storm at Sea pattern. I made the pattern myself by looking at Storm at Sea quilts on line (google Storm at Sea quilt). most of these that you'll see are blue and white. I substituted "warm" and "cool" colors for blue and white, using as many of each that I had in my stash of batiks. I made sharp points by doing paper-piecing.

11/21/2014 Flag

Thank you so much. I've just started quilting. I can only hope my quilts will be as beautiful as yours. I did do search on the net. I will be trying it out after Christmas. Right now I'm sewing baby stuff. My first grand baby will be born in January Brenda

12/02/2014 Flag

Is tropical Storm a current class Yvonne

12/25/2014 Flag

I made this quilt for the 2014 Block of the Month class (a free craftsy class on color theory) to test my understanding of warm and cool colors. but the class didn't provide this pattern. it's a traditional Storm at Sea pattern. I made the pattern myself by looking at Storm at Sea quilts on line (google Storm at Sea quilt). most of these that you'll see are blue and white. I substituted "warm" and "cool" colors for blue and white, using as many of each that I had in my stash of batiks. I made sharp points by doing paper-piecing.

12/26/2014 Flag