Finished Quilt Sizes: 72” x 72” and 80” x 80”
“The Neitherlands are sort of the place between all places. It’s how you get from A to B.” The Magicians Trilogy by Lev Grossman.
The Neitherlands is a transitional world that contains portals to planets throughout the Multiverse, including Earth and Fillory. This block reminds me of an aerial view of hedge maze and the center represented portals to even more sub mazes. The imagery ﬁlled my head while reading the books. This is a great quilt to play with color and transparency.
A coloring sheet is included with this pattern.
The Lanterns quilt is a fun way to show off your love of scraps and color. Repeating the same pendant shape in several sizes will hone your curvy skills. Lanterns utilizes several different sized templates; 3 ½”, 4 ½”, 5 ½”, and 6 ½”. Great for all levels, by completion surely you will be able to curve your way with the best!
Finished quilt size 72” by 84”
Supplies: • Scrappy version: 120 different scraps (at least 8” square) • Full Size Batting (81” x 96”) • Multi Print version: 60 different prints (30 dark/30 light) • Basic Sewing Supplies • Classic version: 15 different FQ’s • Template plastic* • 3 ½ yards of background fabric • Rotating Cutting Mat (recommended) • 5 yards backing fabric • 28mm rotary cutter (recommended) • ¾ yard for a 2 ½” binding • Square up rulers in 3 ½”, 4 ½”, 5 ½”, 6 ½” (highly recommended)
Finished Quilt Size: 76” x 76”
The Find Your Fade shawl by Andrea Mowry was the inspiration for the fade in this mod ﬂower on point. My wool allergy prevents me from knitting, but all the lovely examples of people’s work inspired me to play with tons of color palettes. Some of which are included inside to help inspire you.
A coloring sheet is provided inside to help you lay out your fade quilt as well as an alternate layout.
Curfont is a great way to express yourself in a quilty way. Words have the power to heal, hurt, and lift up. Use yours wisely and let your voice be heard!
Curfont went through many different iterations before emerging as the font you see today. Not quite a classic or abstract font but one that embodied a little bit of each while still being unique.