Learn About Color and Value While Making This Quilt!
Careful color and value placement produces a mesmerizing three dimensional illusion in this exquisite quilt. Select gradations of your favorite colors and set them off with a geometric border fabric for your own unique version. Or, use a solid fabric for the center and borders.
The pattern, from Jinny Beyer, can be interpreted in many ways. Below you’ll find examples of mockups done during one of Jinny’s seminars. It’s amazing how many “looks” can be created from the same fabrics and pattern just by changing fabric placement.
Mockups of “Stony Creek”. See more here at JinnyBeyer.com.
Quilt by Chris Diebel. Notice the nearly solid borders and the quilted rays. Learn more.
This quilt originally appeared in the May/June 2010 issue of Love of Quilting. While the pattern is free, you may want to get the digital magazine for all of Jinny’s notes about this quilt. Her “Color Lessons” article is definitely worth reading.
The finished “Stony Creek” quilt is 71″ x 71″.
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