Have you ever tried improv quilting with wonky strips? This ombre stratus quilt combines wonky, improv strips with a super fun ombre layout! The Stratus Quilt is block-based and a really fun way to dip your toe into improv quilting!
A new scrappy improv quilt pattern is available and perfect for making easy and fun baby quilts! The Stratus quilt pattern is a fantastic way to dip your toe into improv piecing, and also a great way to use fabrics from your fabric stash. If you want to try out wonky improv strips, then Stratus is great for you!
You can use Fat Quarters, 1/3 yd. cuts, or even scraps to make this wonky improv quilt. Grab the Stratus quilt pattern to get started on this easy baby quilt!
Are you ready to dive in to some easy improv strip piecing and make the Stratus Quilt Pattern with me!?
From October 4th – 31st, 2021 I’ll be hosting a Sew Along to make the Stratus Quilt Pattern! Each week we will make small bits of progress towards making a completed quilt top! Of course, there will be PRIZES each week, and I’ll be showing up weekly in emails & videos to discuss the progress. Keep reading to find out all the details.
Do you have a Fat Quarter Bundle that you want to use, but just don’t know what to make with it? How about a Sprightly quilt?!
While I originally designed and wrote the Sprightly Quilt Pattern for fabric yardage, I recently made a scrappy version using Fat Quarters and I’m excited to share it with you! If you want to use a Fat Quarter bundle to make a Sprightly quilt, you’ll definitely want to check out these tips and tricks!
If you’re a quilter, you have probably started your fabric collection, or stash as we like to call it! For this modern geometric throw size Sprightly quilt I decided to use fabrics from my stash, and I’m super pleased with how it turned out!
The Sprightly Quilt Pattern is written for using yardage of 4 different colors along with background fabric too. And, the pattern includes bonus instructions for using AccuQuilt to cut out your pieces if that’s your preference!
You might recognize this modern throw size Sail quilt from the cover of the quilt pattern! This quilt is officially one of my favorites and really brings out the summer vibes!
I made this quilt with all solids fabrics using some pinks, golds, blues, and even some more neutral natural shades too. This throw size Sail quilt came together really quick because of the simplicity of the pattern and using my AccuQuilt fabric cutting machine. The pattern includes instructions for using both traditional methods of cutting or die cutting the fabric.