Free Pattern Friday

You've seen this before, but I just pulled out more of this awesome fabric and I'm going to make another of these quilts. This pattern is so quick and fun and works with just about any fabric that likes to be showcased in a large square. I call it "Tilt."

The quilt pictured here uses the fabrics a little differently than the pattern. That's because I was working with "strike offs" from the factory (bits and pieces sent to the vendor to see if the colors are accurate for mass production).

First, before quilting. These are 10" blocks and it finishes to 42" x 42".

Where the Wild Things Are quilt (before quilting)

And then quilted (by me on my HQ Sweet 16):

Where the Wild Things Are
 
I assume these particular prints aren't easily available, but I think you can enjoy looking at  Where the Wild Things Are.

This particular triangle template is the same angle as the Tri-Recs ruler. It is NOT a 30/60 degree triangle, (though I think this technique can be done with them). Paper templates are included in the 5 page pdf.

This is how the back was pieced (because I didn't have enough of ANY ONE print)!

Pieced back using my leftover motifs

Would you like to see a few of these AWESOME animal motifs up close? Of course you do!

elephant

Fish (with the tilt triangles attached)

Iguana

Impala

Owl

Stork

The pattern is still up on the P and B website. Check it out: Where the Wild Things Are!

Comments

  1. What fun, Debby! Those are great animal prints. Thanks for the simple pattern.

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