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Bubble Quilt Pattern

Bubble Quilt Pattern is perfect quilt to do and have lots ideas to start. This week I decided to tackle one of the more complicated projects on my list. A few months ago, I thought (with way too much optimism) that I would attempt one with no pattern and little sewing machine experience. Six squares in, I realized it wasn’t going to happen. FAIL.

Bubble Quilt Pattern

This pattern I am making in this format for the second time. So I follow the pattern from https://www.shabbyfabrics.com so with big square, and advise you to buy the most diverse fabrics they have. I bought my sewing machine on clearance about 10 years ago when a local fabric store was going out of business. It’s a very basic Janome machine – perfect for me because I don’t know how to use any of the fancy features on the more expensive machines anyway. I made a pillow and then the machine sat idle for the next ten years.

Bubble Quilt Pattern
Bubble Quilt Pattern

My experience with sewing was limited to what little knowledge I picked up in my sixth grade home ec class. I finally pulled it out again last year when I tried to make a pillowcase dress for one of my daughters. I’ve picked up little projects here and there but the puff quilt is by far the most ambitious sewing project I’ve ever attempted. Bubble Quilt Pattern

When I first saw one of these on Pinterest, I was hooked. I scoured the web for a suitable pattern. I wanted the squares to be, well, SQUARE, and not rounded like some of the biscuit quilts I’ve seen. I thought about pulling together different tutorials and cobbling together my own pattern, but let’s be honest – I don’t have enough sewing or quilting experience to try to reinvent the wheel. I stumbled upon a pattern by Honeybear Lane that looked exactly like what I was hoping to achieve.

The pattern looked pretty simple and straightforward with lots of photos and easy-to-follow steps. I spent WAY too much time at the craft store selecting the material. (Confession: I loved every minute of it. I could spend DAYS looking at fabric.) I had my youngest daughter in mind and wanted to pull together some pink, green, black and white.

The pattern was so ridiculously easy to follow and saved me countless headaches that I would have had from trying to go it alone. The minky fabric – that’s a different story. I mumbled a LOT of foul words under my breath as I fought with it. I had to dismantle my sewing machine to clean out all of the lint it left behind.[et_bloom_inline optin_id=optin_5]

The trickiest part of this project was the border and the binding. The binding ended up a bit twisted despite my best efforts to pin it properly. I think I didn’t stuff the quilt inside it enough, and I also didn’t use a walking foot (trust me, it’s on my wish list now). The entire project took less than a week to finish, and that was working on it for only a few hours here and there.

I really, really want to make a queen sized version for my own bed (ya know…in all that spare time I have with five kids running around. Yes, I said five. Yes, I know I’m crazy, thanks.), but there are a few things I’d do differently.

As much as I love the look of the minky, I would skip it. The chenille was easier to work with but was bulky and hard to handle at times. I’d use a little less stuffing in the puffs. I had a difficult time trying to muscle them together.

I’d consider making larger squares for the puffs on a larger quilt. When I sewed all four sides of each border piece, they twisted slightly. Not sure if that’s because I didn’t use a walking foot or if my stitches were too close or just a product of my own inexperience, but I might attempt to sew only the edge of the border that meets the quilt edge and then sew the binding and outside edge of the border all at the same time.

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Essentials Harmony Pattern

Essentials Harmony Pattern Looking for a different and at the same time very running pattern with special work getting down this pattern as the name sells a harmony and essential between the colors and between and also the geometry was made. Let’s talk a little about the pattern?

Essentials Harmony Pattern

Essentials Harmony Pattern
Essentials Harmony Pattern

This Essentials Harmony Pattern caught my attention a lot, even though I had already seen some of them somewhere, I really don’t remember where it was that I looked at one of these, similar just not exactly like this one.

The Simple Basic Essentias Harmony Pattern was designed by Heidi Pridemore, I think that’s how he writes the name of the designer who qualifies the pattern as intermediate and I really agree with him, a beginner can do it, but will have some doubts.

Essentials Harmony Pattern has all border strip length measurements are appoximate. Measure you quilt top before cutting the length of each border, this is the main tip from pattern designer Heidi Pridemore.

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The most incredible of the pattern is that for him to be made was necessary 31 types of different fabrics, good of course you can do with less, or with more that divides you clearly spoken.

The PDF of this pattern is very simple and I even found it interesting that it doesn’t have any clutter of the type full of ads, or pictures or other things that take the focus away from the main objective of the pattern.

The simplicity with which it was made is so practical and important to our eyes that you can even with a simple look memorize what is necessary to make the Essentials Harmony pattern.

I am sure you will find the same thing once you start making your quilt work. An important detail in this pattern is that the author, or designer, made a point to make it very clear which fabrics he used and recommends to make exactly this pattern.

The pattern as you can see in the image above is made with printed fabrics which seek to darken the edges from the inside out. To explain it in a better way: the central part of the pattern is light and as it goes out (towards the edges) it starts to darken this gives a reverse gradient effect, i.e. from the inside to the outside.

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This type of effect, or gradient is fashionable and you can find it in various types of sewing, painting and home decoration, and even in crochet and knitting, and of course when working with fabrics, and be it basic sewing to high sewing the gradient has gained more and more space and admirers.

As we said this Essentials Harmony Pattern is quite different from the usual that I have seen, so I talked to my husband who loves quilts, comforters, sheets, colorful blankets that I will make, he surprised me when he mentioned that he wants yes, but as a kind of blanket for the sofa for Christmas time.

Well, if the husband loved the pattern and made me a request like that there is no way to refuse, now it’s just buy the fabrics and start making …, but frankly I’m swamped with services to do will not take long I’ll start asking for help (heheheh)

We hope you liked the pattern, which is very different, that you can make it with colors and prints to your liking, and of course, that you can have fun doing a beautiful job. Oh, I almost forgot. You can only download the pattern once. It will go to your email and after that it will stay there forever.

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Tickseed Throw Pattern

Tickseed Throw Pattern is a wonderful pattern that changes even the way we sometimes think about making a certain pattern, for example, this pattern that changes the way we follow how to place diagonal fabrics combining the most varied types of fabrics. So let’s see a little more about this pattern?

Tickseed Throw Pattern

The Tickseed Throw pattern actually has something that draws more attention than usual, this is because many of the times we like to combine colors even though we think we may not be able to do it the right way.

Tickseed Throw Pattern
Tickseed Throw Pattern

Before we continue I want to make it clear that this pattern is not ours, but the designers of the blog and website liveartgalleryfabrics.com or known as AGF. This is where I buy 90% of my fabrics and I recommend you buy here at this link liveartgalleryfabrics.com/fabrics.

As a quilter and seamstress in general I really like to do the most diverse combinations of colors and fabrics and make in the case something that is really beautiful and different, so we will always test the novelties of the most different patterns.

Talking about this pattern we still have two very positive points, one of them is the one I like the most which is the marriage of colors that we can perform in this type of pattern, of course there are others that we can perform the same experiments, so how about doing this?

Well the fabrics that I’m going to use for this pattern will be colored, in fact they will be prints with hearts of the most diverse sizes, as for example, I really want the red prints to be with the hearts a little larger.

The fabrics that I will use are cotton of the same thickness being 100% cotton of course, I want it to be a very light blanket, but very warm, after all here where I’m living today at the time I’m writing this article we have a temperature of 08 degrees.

Already on the tips there is something I like to do that is clearly a crochet frill, a frill that will actually be in following colors, I know how to crochet, but not the best of the best so I’ll ask who I love most, my mother.

So let’s now give some tips on how to combine colors and how you should use them. Don’t worry about the way we’re going to do it, it will be important and you can even use it in your home decor if you wish. So, let’s go to the tips?

  • Do not combine large prints, especially of the same pattern. Example: two large floral prints
  • Chess is great with floral, when in doubt, combine with your base color: white, black, red, etc.
  • For stripes, use the same tip as for plaid.
  • Observe the colors that compose the fabric’s pattern. And, from there, use the colors that talk to each other to make the combinations.
  • Large florals look great with small florals.
  • When in doubt when choosing the lining of your piece, always have fabrics in shades of beige, they are wild cards in your projects.
  • Use points of light in very strong colored pieces, i.e., white and beige balance your color harmonization.
  • Composé is the mixing of prints, colors, and fabric patterns that create a main base.
  • Coordinated fabrics are combinations of fabrics that use a few different prints of the same color or vice versa.
  • Many fabric stores already sell the fabrics and their componsés, making it easy for you to make combinations.
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Logging On pattern free

Logging On has your designer by Lynette Jensen this wonderful pattern is one of those that you can never forget to make, even if it’s for yourself to keep. So let’s talk about this pattern again so that you can really make sure you do! So let’s get started?

Logging On Pattern

Logging On pattern is a wonderful pattern that can be made for any occasion you wish, for example, since we are getting close to the month of Christmas preparation how about making this wonderful pattern?

Logging On
Logging On designer by Lynette Jensen www.allpeoplequilt.com

Logging On pattern as we said above and again we confirm that this pattern was created by Lynette Jensen. The same pattern that you get here in your email can be seen on the blog www.allpeoplequilt.com.

It is interesting that you go to allpeoplequilt.com for further instructions and to see other beautiful patterns if you wish.

Now let us explain something important. This pattern will not be placed in social groups, or sent to others that have the same characteristic. Only you who have received it in your e-mail can access this article.

So from 1 to 3 times a week we will send you beautiful and wonderful patterns. Remember that it will really be between 1 to 3 emails a week. congratulations for getting this far. Now let’s see a little more of the pattern?

Logging On pattern is the kind of quilt you will want or desire to make for yourself or for your store as you prefer, so the main part that caught my attention the most is the issue of the colors used.

As you can see in the image above of the pattern it looks a lot like the login cab blocks, but it is prettier don’t you think? Logging On is a great open pattern and beautifully done for anyone who wants to make it.

  • DESIGNER: Lynette Jensen
  • Finished size: 64-1⁄2×88-1⁄2″
  • Finished blocks: Block A, 10-1⁄2×15″; Block B, 15″ squareMaterials
    Yardages and cutting instructions are based on 42″ of usable fabric width.
  • 4-1⁄2 yards total assorted prints (blocks)
  • 1-5⁄8 yards black print (border)
  • 2⁄3 yard orange print (binding)
  • 5-3⁄8 yards backing fabric
  • 73×97″ batting

The pattern was very well planned being that the blocks or squares are basically made with various other pieces of scraps or fabrics of the designer’s choice, however you can make the pattern in any color you like, i.e. use the fabric you find most beautiful.

The patterns that I particularly chose to make mine is with a flower theme, I bought about 20 different fabrics with flower bases of various colors and patterns, some with larger and some with smaller patterns.

In the bar part, she put a dark fabric that matches well with the other fabrics that formed the square. I really liked this idea, but I want to do it a little different, I actually want to do it with larger flowers and in black and finally in the final bar I want a red floral print with white.

Well, how would you do your Logging On? The alternatives are the most varied to create and a beautiful creation like this is in fact what matters the most in a pattern like this, isn’t it?

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Amber Fields pattern free

Amber Fields as you can see is a wonderful pattern when it comes to quilt making. The colors chosen as well as the design made is really the difference between knowing how to choose and what to do once decided. So let’s talk a bit about this pattern?

Amber Fields

Amber Fields
Amber Fields

Amber Fields is made up of a pattern that is very nice to make and of course we always talk about it being the Simple Shoo-Fly quilt block. So we start to understand already how the pattern is. IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER: This pattern is by Designer: Kathie Holland and the site allpeoplequilt.com.

Clover bloom, from the nightshade family, has large lobed leaves, and large blue flowers with rounded petals. The juices from the foliage and roots were mixed with milk in a dish, which was then set out to attract flies. When the flies fed from this concoction, they died, thus the origin of the common name, Shoofly Plant.

Simple Shoo-Fly quilt block

Made of half-square triangles at the four corners of the block instead of squares, the Shoo-Fly block is a simple quilt block that was often used to teach young girls the basics of quilt design and construction.

Because of its simplicity and opportunities for creativity and color play, the Shoo-Fly block is a popular block with Amish quilters.

Another variation of the origin of the name “shoo-fly” is the sweet, rich Amish dessert known as shoo-fly, a gooey molasses bottom topped with spicy cake in a flaky pie crust, that is said to have attracted flies while it baked.

A quilter may decide to use up small scraps of fabric in the blocks, making a “scrappy” quilt or create a stunning overall 2-color scheme.

To show off the geometry of the design, the blocks were typically joined together with sashing (lattice) strips with a cornerstone square of a different color at the point where the strips meet.

Shoofly is a symbol that possibly identifies a person who can guide and help; a
person who helped slaves escape along the Underground Railroad and who knew
the codes.

There’s also theories it originated from an Amish pie recipe which was said to attract flies as it was baking. The pie was fragrant and had a gooey molasses base, spicy cake on top and encrusted in flaky pastry – I can almost smell this and I’m sure it attracted more than just flies!
Quilts were believed to be used as codes for the Underground Railroad and the theory is a Shoo Fly quilt identified someone who could offer assistance to runaway slaves. This person may be a former slave, a white ally or someone still enslaved themselves, and the quilt was a sign of hope for those looking for protection and shelter.
Whatever version of history you choose to believe, these theories give us so much more appreciation of the simple Shoo Fly block, and it justifies why it belongs in the Classic Quilt Blocks family. It may be simple, but it’s versatile and still relevant in our modern day quilting world.
The block is made up of simple squares and HST’s, and to determine the unfinished size of each grid unit you simply divide the finished block size by three and add seam allowances. As an example, for a 6″ (finished) block the unfinished unit sizes would be 2 1/2″ square.
In next week’s step by step tutorial, I will give you a Cutting Chart for six sizes of the Shoo Fly block to save you doing the math, and you can add this to your Classic Quilt Blocks chart collection.  I’ll also include trimming sizes for the HST’s and I’ll explain how to cut, sew and trim HST’s so they are perfect every single time. You can downlaod this pattern here in Allpeoplequilt.com. But if for some reason you can’t download it from the website, you can download it here directly.

Variation Bargello Pattern

This Variation Bargello Pattern was created by my niece’s stepmother and used the PDF pattern that is here in this old I hope you can make swordsmanship in the same way and interesting that when creating she herself put the afternoon of our site I Was impressed as by the work done by her I hope you also like that you can create this amazing bargello variation made by her.

Variation Bargello Pattern

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Variation Bargello Pattern by Nilza Martins

Variation Bargello Pattern caught my attention, so much that I couldn’t resist and said that I needed to show this article to other people like you who love quilt as much as I do. The interesting thing is that you can access her blog to see other works of hers. Well, let’s talk a little about the pattern.

Bargello Variation and Square

This variation of the bargello so to speak, is very beautiful, and to make it the designer used the fabrics that she found beautiful and that of course, match her taste. So the tip I can give you is to use the fabrics you like best.

I am particularly going to make a marriage between the scraps that I have here at home will be a little difficult because I have many scraps and pieces of cloth that are very different from each other, but I will really try to make this pattern.

Bargello triangle pieces

What I found most interesting about this pattern is the question of how the fabrics were assembled and cut. If you look closely at the pattern you will see that there are pieces cut out as: square and triangle.

The triangle pieces then form basically 2 or more types of shapes, with square triangle shapes with 2 or 4 different fabric ends. Will it take me a lot of work to do this? Of course it will, but I want to do it.

Let’s remember then that for this pattern to be based on bargello you must remember how this pattern is made, so let’s take over now and remember about bargello, so if you want to read on.

Bargello Pattern Quilt Pattern

For a lot of quilters-myself included-making a bargello quilt is on the “quilter’s bucket list.” If you’re not familiar with these stunning quilts, they’re the perfect blend of traditional quilting meets modern and look challenging but are deceptively easy.

When you first look at one, you might think “Wow, that’s a lot of piecing – I’m sure it’s a lot of work!” Made of strips that are sewn together in such a way to look like a moving wave, the curves in a bargello quilt certainly do look difficult. However, these patterns are suitable for beginning quilters…let’s explore how:

Following the instructions in your pattern, cut your strips to the proper width. Many bargello quilts will use 2 1/2″ strips but be sure to follow your pattern. Arrange them into the correct order and begin to piece them together.

After all of your fabrics have been arranged and sewn together in the correct order, you will sew them into a tube. For some, this step might “seem” a little strange. The reason you sew your fabrics into a tube is so that you can open the seams in different locations. This allows you to easily start creating that curved look in a bargello quilt without having to do a lot more work!

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Quilt Hexagons Floral Pattern free

Quilt Hexagons Floral pattern is a wonderful pattern of the kind that we can’t get enough of looking at and watching after it’s done, at least that’s how I feel when I look at the image below and I believe you must be delighted with this pattern. So let’s talk a little about it?

Floral Hexagon Quilt

Quilt Hexagons Floral
Quilt Hexagons Floral by Geta Grama getasquiltingstudio.com

Quilt Hexagons Floral pattern is not a pattern of ours. I was looking for a different pattern to give as a present to my 68 year old aunt who loves quilt patterns and as she loves flowers I went looking for something of the type she likes.

In my search I spent more than 4 hours looking for something to make that was different and pretty at the same time. That’s when I remembered to make something hexagonal and very different to give as a gift.

And in these searches after 4 intense hours I found a wonderful blog by Geta Grama, the Romanian quilter and see Quilt Hexagons Floral. I was amazed together with my husband at this amazing pattern and you will agree that it is really beautiful.

Geta Grama the designer of this beautiful pattern, made a beautiful tutorial on how to make this floral hexagon quilt. She made several explanatory links and the PDF is wonderful. This is exactly the one you will download. See getasquiltingstudio.com from Geta Grama.

You should visit Geta Grama’s blog to learn more about her work and more information about the pattern. Apparently she is a wonderful person, and has great ideas and you will like them. Let’s talk a little about the pattern?

Sewing hexagons is easy and fun! You can sew them in a waiting room, take them with you on your travels, in short… it is practically therapy.

Hexagons (nicknamed hexies) are traditionally sewn using a process called English paper stitching (or EPP). Each hexagon (or EPP shape) is made individually by folding the fabric around the paper shape and pinning it in place using basting or glue.

You sew as many shapes as you need, which are joined together to form a pattern or a new “fabric”. The EPP stitching technique allows the use of other geometric shapes, such as triangles, squares, diamonds, kites, elongated hexagons, and half-hexagons. The shapes can be grouped in endless combinations to create beautiful patterns.
But, let’s get back to our hexagon.

With their fascinating honeycomb shape, hexagonal patterns are very versatile, and make for composition in a variety of styles and patterns.

But not only EPP lives the hexagon. There are different sewing techniques for creating patterns with hexagons, and they can be made by hand or machine. Joined or appliquéd.
An important tip: Precise cutting of hexagonal shapes is essential.

Therefore, use and abuse of templates and rulers. You can buy them in a variety of different sizes. Another tip is to add a 1 inch or 2.50 cm seam allowance at each corner, as these are especially useful when using the Y-stitching method to join the honeycomb shapes together.

Quilt Hexagons Floral
Quilt Hexagons Floral by Geta Grama getasquiltingstudio.com

Another note is that hexies have bias edges and are easy to stretch and distort, so it is important to pin your pieces when working with these shapes.

Pinning them well ensures that the shapes remain aligned. Patch&Afins has several issues with projects that teach how to make hexagons, in different techniques. So we hope you have enjoyed this beautiful article.

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Labyrinth Star Quilt Block Pattern free

This Labyrinth Star Quilt Block pattern is very nice and we are making it here because it is one of the most sought after thieves of the moment and people tend to like things that are in the moment and trendy just as I believe you also like things that are hot at the moment don’t you? So let’s talk about this pattern now and you can find a PDF for free right after that.

Labyrinth Star Quilt Block

Labyrinth Star Quilt Block Pattern
Labyrinth Star Quilt Block Pattern

Labyrinth Star Quilt Block has a very interesting feature of a rhombus pierced inside a square and inside this rhombus and the square as if it were a kind of core there is the Star formation with random colors as I like it.

The designer of this pattern is clearly the pattern that you can make various pieces in your home and being that the block itself
Labyrinth Star Quilt you can make even with some special details like for example in sister relief in 3D if you wish.

It is very true that there is a pattern difficult to be found and most of them you can find in prices of up to $30 and actually I think very expensive have seen enough people stating on them social that some patterns expensive at the moment, even more with this crisis that we are going through pandemic seems that things tend to become more expensive.

Well this pattern to be honest is a very interesting version we will leave here for you some details and remember that this pattern is not ours you can see details also just below, and we sincerely hope and have enjoyed this pattern land that we brought.

Oh I was going to forget you can make this Labyrinth Star Quilt Block in the size you prefer for example that I as you can see in the image like this but some have done very grandão In the style of a quilt for double bed you can do even for the bad as you can do also for a cup or plate holder of your preference this pattern gives us freedom in our creativity.

This Labyrinth quilt block pattern explains how to make one version of the many quilt designs known by that name. This example is a star with two interwoven border areas.

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The center of the Labyrinth quilt block is a quarter square triangle unit, and that’s what you’ll find in the instructions, but the center can be created from any patchwork that finishes at three inches by three inches.  This pattern is design by designed Written by Janet Wickell in www.thesprucecrafts.com

How to Assemble the Labyrinth Quilt Block

If you are making scrap blocks, it’s important that the fabrics within each of the four groups are very close in color value (contrast). If they aren’t a good match (in contrast, not color), you will lose the woven appearance.
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Labyrinth quilt pattern

Labyrinth quilt pattern Designed by Bev Getschel is a very nice pattern that is within the most diverse themes and subjects of labyrinth quilt patterns. From now on we will see a pattern, actually this pattern from the image below that is very nice and not so difficult to make.

Labyrinth quilt pattern
Labyrinth quilt pattern

Labyrinth quilt pattern

Labyrinth quilt pattern was designed by Bev Getschel. I particularly like this type of quilt or quilt pattern to make and to have at home. Also this pattern from what I understand can be a good option to sell.

Labyrinth quilt pattern is also fun, because if you make it for your son or daughter they might even enjoy it. You can make a nice quilt with this pattern, honestly in my opinion this is the ideal pattern for a nice quilt.

First it is good to know a little more about the origin of this pattern, so stop for a second and read carefully below to understand.

“The Seminole block turned sideways produces a delightful inner border on this Rail Fence quilt. Appliqued flowers enhance both the inner border and the pretty scalloped outer border. This e-pattern was originally published in the June 2010 issue of Quilter’s World magazine.”

My mother, who loves patterns like this, had a very interesting idea when she saw this pattern. She said that the pattern is wonderful and that instead of making an appliqué she will do embroidery, specifically in place of the yellow to give more detail and more shine.

To make this pattern or if you want to make it with different fabrics it is important to note some important details when looking at this image here in the article. By downloading your PDF you will also be able to observe and have more information.

See more technical information about this pattern: Seminole designs are typically done in rows. In this quilt, we turn the corners and a wonderful inner border appears. A scalloped edge provides an interesting contrast.

Skill Level: Advanced / Quilt Size: 88″ x 88″ / Block Sizes: 6″ x 6″, 8″ x 8″ / Number of Blocks: 36 and 60.

Labyrinth quilt pattern
Labyrinth quilt pattern

We hope you enjoyed this pattern and that you can make it as you need it, so before downloading you should be aware that this Labyrinth quilt pattern Designed by Bev Getschel and you can find it on the freepatterns.com blog.

Once you know the pattern and who owns it, it is easy for you to do. I hope you enjoyed this pattern and can make beautiful patterns like this one. Leave your comment if you like it, or if you want a special pattern. If you can not receive your PDF then leave your comment.

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Jocelyn Proust Quilt Free Patterns

Jocelyn Proust Quilt Free Patterns this is a colorful quilt with flaps of various colors but forming the same design. This design is made up of several model flowers with shades of their blue, brown, mustard, red and other more shades. The interesting part is in the fire of this quilt which follows the pattern that most matches with the other squares of this quilt.

Jocelyn Proust Quilt Free Patterns

Jocelyn Proust Quilt Free Patterns
Jocelyn Proust Quilt Free Patterns by spotlightstores.com

Some retail quilts have interesting details not only in their colors or the size of the squares so made as Jocelyn Proust Quilt Free Paterns. Usually the details are in the way each square is made. This quilt for example each square is made with four triangles in the same size and shape.

What still makes this patchwork format interesting step-by-step is the combination of the fabric prints forming each part of the triangle and thus forming a square and all the dazzling colors for this Jocelyn Proust Quilt Free Paterns. SEE ALSO: Nouveau Meadow Quilt Free Patterns 

When you are going to make a patchwork quilt it is important to know that the combination of the quilt should be done in a proper way so that it does not become strange and meaningless when closing the quilt or finishing it.

Another point that also stands out when making a quilt or patchwork blanket is having an ideal companion for that fabric or for the colours of that fabric. For example: an ideal companion for a quilt or blanket is the pillow and here Jocelyn Proust Quilt Free Patterns is wonderful and done by spotlightstores.com

As you can see in the image, this quilt is accompanied by a pillow in the colour or in the case of the print of the darker fabric to stand out in the lighter parts of this quilt. What is the important point?

Jocelyn Proust Quilt Free Paterns
Jocelyn Proust Quilt Free Patterns by spotlightstores.com

The important point is that you make the pillows of this bedspread in the lightest and darkest shades thus having two different types or combinations to place above your bed, on your sofa the other place you want to use this set.

Isn’t it wonderful when we have beautiful ideas to make products like these? Believe 2020 a year of many colorful prints and you can be creative in making any kind of mattress blankets to use colors, prints in the most appropriate way possible in the marriage of your colors.

Don’t forget to always make a beautiful border. The edge of your blanket mattress should be different from the whole center of it.

What do you mean? If the center of your thigh pulls in lighter shades then the border should be dark, on the other hand if your bedspread the center of your bedspread pulls in darker shades then the border of your bedspread should be in the lighter shade, by doing this you will highlight not only the beauty of the colors in the center of your bedspread but also the edges that compose it.

We hope you enjoyed this article, leave your comment here below, share with your friends with people who love to make bedspreads and blankets Just like us and certainly but encourage us to do and bring beautiful work for you.

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