While I do have a deep love of bright springtime and summer color palettes, but I sure did have fun branching out a little with these moody blues & orange hues to make a throw size Reverberate Quilt!
The fabrics I used in this Reverberate quilt are all solids from PBS Fabrics. I particularly love the richness of the shades and how little these high-quality fabrics fray when working with them. Here are the colors I used (these are affiliate links, so when you purchase through the links I may earn a small commission)
If you’d like to purchase a quilt kit of fabrics to make your own quilt like mine, check out Rosie Girl Quilting!
Reverberate Quilt Backing
The backing used on this Throw Size Quilt is one of my go-to low cost quilt back options: a flat sheet! I love the 100% cotton 300 thread count Threshold flat sheets from Target! Do you ever quilt using sheets as backing? I personally think its a great cost-savings approach, but I do recommend the lower thread count options, and 100% cotton when possible!
The quilting on this throw size quilt was done in an “argyle-like” pattern on a long arm machine. It’s my mama’s machine, but we has a fun time working on quilting this one together! I really enjoyed getting to pick the design, the thread colors, and learn how to use the computerized system, but WOW it’s harder than I expected!! Those long arm quilters truly do work some magic!
I did the binding by machine, and you can learn more about that process here.
About the Reverberate Quilt Pattern
The Reverberate Quilt Pattern is fat quarter friendly and many of the shapes can be cut out using AccuQuilt! Find out more about the pattern itself, including some of my favorite tools, over at this blog post.
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