Thursday, November 29, 2018

Ribbon Weave Pattern Release

I'm really excited to be releasing my Ribbon Weave pattern today: 

This quilt measure 37" square--great for a wall hanging or table topper. It's made of four blocks--square in a square and half-square triangles--and then assembled around the center lime unit.  My favorite part is how the design overlaps the narrow lime border--it's easier to do than you think!

Believe it or not, this quilt started out from a Snail's Trail quilt block idea. I played around with color placement, in the blocks added in a border treatment, and it became an interlocking design. 

Diane Oakes quilted it for me. I love the swirls in the outer border and the pebbles in the center background. They both provide texture that really lets the main design pop. 

I made this quilt using the teal and lime prints from Shelley Cavanna's Gloaming collection from Benartex (yes, I have a thing for teals and greens...). I love these two teal prints!

If you want to make your own Ribbon Weave quilt, you can purchase it on Craftsy here.

See the fabric requirements here:

You can see all of my patterns here.

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