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Tsunami (Giant Storm at Sea)

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80 x 80 Picnic Quilt,

Created using this Craftsy indie pattern

This project was made from an independent Craftsy designer's pattern:

Tsunami (Giant "Storm at Sea") »
by Quiltscapes

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Traditional, Eco-Friendly
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What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Tsunami (Giant Storm at Sea)

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What materials did you use? Repurposed denims, khakis and corduroy pants

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What are you most proud of? The illusion of movement in this stunning quilt is created by straight-line stitching as well as the gradation between lights and darks.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Sort your old denims into four or five contrasting shades: light, medium-light, medium, medium-dark, and darks. Press seams OPEN when assembling quilt blocks.

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Beautiful Quilt!

01/26/2014 Flag

Can I get this pattern Tsunami here or must I go elsewhere?

01/03/2015 Flag

You can find the pattern right here!

08/03/2015 Flag

I made a cushion cover using this quilt block in the early 80's. Although it looks complex, it is very easy to make.

02/02/2015 Flag

Love, love the movement. Its beautiful as is but I'm wondering about this pattern in bright colors, or just blues...hmmmm.

07/30/2015 Flag

It looks great in brights too, just as long as you have enough contrast in tone to be able to see the pattern emerge.

08/03/2015 Flag

Sew pretty. I made this many years ago and put tiny pieced houses in the middle square. I love mine.

09/04/2015 Flag

Great idea to put something in the middle squares. Could work as a memory quilt too. I'm thinking about putting my son's military patches in some of the squares.

09/11/2015 Flag