Juxtaposition Pattern Free It’s a wonderful pattern in the placement of its colors and I’m very struck by the way the colors have been creatively placed here so much so that a pattern like this is very rare to see particularly this is the first time I’ve seen this pattern. Just a little bit about this pattern that caught my attention and I think it should catch your attention, let’s see.
Juxtaposition Pattern Free
First thing that caught my attention is the question in the mixture of strong colors like red and black until arriving something in lighter colors like light blue and even a lime green and it doesn’t stop there in the middle of the pattern there are some stripes that pass with different colors can you see in the picture?
Batiks in rich jewel tones make this throw-size quilt dance with color. Once individual blocks are completed, the quilt is assembled in vertical rows to ensure that the narrow pieces line up correctly.
Choose Fabrics to Juxtaposition Pattern Free the Designer Amy Walsh used a variety of batiks in medium and dark jewel tones to make her quilt. The simplicity of the pattern lends itself well to other equally stunning combinations, such as 1930s reproduction prints or solids.
Referring to Quilt Assembly Diagram, lay out blocks in eight vertical rows. Amy used a design wall to arrange her blocks. In some cases she put contrasting colors next to each other to emphasize the rectangular design. To add interest and create the illusion of long lines, she positioned some blocks so the middle rectangles had the same color values. And so Juxtaposition Pattern Free come.
Sew together blocks in each vertical row. (Amy suggests that matching the seams of the middle rectangles is easier when sewing the rows vertically rather than horizontally.) Press seams open.
You may have noticed that this pattern is not by chance its rarity, as I said above I have never seen a pattern like this and that makes the difference, because patterns that there is a certain extra attention or care in their assembly are difficult to make even more so that our creativity is not always at 100%. DESIGNER Juxtaposition Pattern Free by AMY WALSH OF BLUE UNDERGROUND STUDIOS (BLUEUNDERGROUNDSTUDIOS.COM)
Another detail that draws attention is that the mixture of colors in these fabrics does not make us tired, and honestly this is a pattern that I will do for my room and for my husband’s office. Soon Junior thought this pattern was great and if he liked it, who am I to say otherwise, he is very annoying when it comes to choosing a quilt hahah but he has great taste.
If you don’t know yet if you’re going to make this pattern or not I sincerely ask you to download the pattern and save this PDF because there are things that we can never put aside and should always keep. On the other hand it is always good to make wonderful patterns like this one.
Download pattern here or Direct download – and don’t forget an important detail if you’re a beginner: every pattern created has a story, a feeling involved, a time spent, a reason why the author did it, so make each pattern with care.