Reverberate Quilt Pattern
Since I began quilting in 2013, I’ve always loved pairing traditional geometric shapes with modern designs, styles, and fabrics. I love to have fun with a nod towards tradition, and that just about sums up what the Reverberate Quilt Pattern is all about! This pattern features squares and Flying Geese blocks, which are obviously not anything new, but arranges them in a fun, modern design!
Find out more about Reverberate by watching this video or read more below:
Reverberate Quilt Sizes
The Reverberate quilt pattern includes 6 sizes from Wall Hanging to big bed sizes! And it’s block-based too, so you could make it to really suit your needs. Here are the dimensions of each size:
- Wall Hanging: 24″ x 24″
- Baby: 36″ x 48″
- Lap: 48″ x 60″
- Throw: 60″ x 72″
- Twin: 72″ x 96″
- Queen/King: 96″ x 108″
Fat Quarter Friendly
One of my favorite ways to purchase fabric is in Fat Quarter bundles, and I know I’m not alone! If you also tend to collect FQ bundles, this pattern is a perfect way to actually sew some of them up into totally snuggly & usable home decor!
Reverberate is AccuQuilt Friendly, too
While the majority of the pattern is written so it can be cut with a rotary cutter & quilting rulers, there are a couple extra pages just for you AccuQuilt-lovers out there! I personally have been using an AccuQuilt for a little while now and try to use it as often as I can. This pattern is a great opportunity to use it for precise cutting on lots of little pieces!
If you want to learn more about AccuQuilt, these blog posts might be interesting to you:
- AccuQuilt FAQs
- Which fabric cutting machine is best?
- How to use an AccuQuilt
- Perfect HST piecing with AccuQuilt
Helpful Tools & Tutorials
One special technique the Reverberate quilt pattern employs is the 4-at-a-time No-Waste Flying Geese method (if you’re not using AccuQuilt to cut the pieces). If you want to learn more about it, check out this blog post. The pattern itself does show the step-by-step instructions, but sometimes a video is helpful too, like this:
For trimming the Flying Geese, these are some great ruler options that you can consider. My personal favorite is currently the Wing Clipper ruler.
Of course I wouldn’t be able to put together such a great pattern without the help of some amazing pattern testers. These lovely humans graciously pointed out areas of the pattern that I could make more clear and even pointed out my typos too! Check out their beautiful quilts now!
Find more details about my Reverberate quilts by checking out this post about the Orange & Blue cover quilt or my brightly colored springtime quilt.
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