Play with Colors and Values to Make Your Own Unique Quilt!
This complex looking quilt is actually much easier to make than it seems. The challenge is in keeping things organized, not in the cutting or stitching.
Jelly rolls make the quilt go together quickly. Just make sure the ones you choose can be clearly divided into 4 values (from light to dark), with an equal number of strips for each of the 4 values. A jelly roll of a solid fabric is all that’s needed for the predominant blue (or whatever color you prefer).
The pattern leaves a lot of room for experimentation, both in layout and color variations (for example white instead of the solid blue). Examples are provided with the tutorial.
The quilt, by designer Karin Vail of Cascade Quilts, is 90″ x 90″ once completed.
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