I think some had a problem envisioning what this quilt would look like, I hope I have enough here to give you a good idea. You can also see why I chose plum colours to offset the feature fabrics and how they really pop.
I’m really enjoying putting this quilt together and so far, it’s my favorite. So much so, I’ve decided to bite the bullet and cut into my treasured Tula Pink out of print fabric, Plume!
I’m not quite sure how big I’m going to grow this pattern, I’m going to keep going until I run out of fabric. 😀
The little star units were quick and easy to whip up, the joining blocks even quicker.
I’m planning to use Tula Pink’s Parisville Cameo in Sky for the focus fabric. I chose the dark purple because it would be a strong contrast with the feature fabric and the lighter purple as the wall colour which wouldn’t take away from the focus.
As a reminder, here’s the block breakkdown:
And here’s the quilt layout:
The quilt is very easy to put together, just as easy as a traditional log cabin. This is an original quilt pattern designed by me. If you choose to make it and share on social media, a credit would be greatly appreciated. Sale of this quilt pattern without permission is prohibited by copyright law.
Have a great weekend and keep stitchin’!