If you want to try out an easy improv quilt pattern featuring wonky strips, the Stratus Quilt pattern is perfect! Stratus is beginner friendly and has the perfect combination of wonky blocks and precise sashing! The addition of sashing helps to keep your improv quilt from getting too wonky!
The Stratus quilt pattern includes instructions for either an Ombre color version or a completely scrappy option too. The scrappy version makes it a great stash buster! You can use Fat Quarters or 1/3 yd. cuts for the ombre version, or any scraps for the scattered version.
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!
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been drawn to bright springtime and summer color palettes, so as soon as I saw that FIGO was releasing this Prickly Pear fabric collection, I just KNEW I had to work with it! I snagged a fat quarter bundle to make a throw size Reverberate Quilt!