It has been a long time coming, but I have finally started to finish off a few patterns that I had planned to release over the summer.
The first pattern, I am releasing is “Abstract Triangles”. This is the first of three in the series, with the other two being released in November. This design is one of my favorites. It was inspired by the Bauhaus art movement and by succulents. The pattern is a little different as it combines some exact measurements with some “free” piecing (no measurements provided, but instructions on how to trim). This pillow or mini quilt finishes as 26 x 26″.
My pattern testers did such an amazing job. I am so amazed at how their versions of this pattern turned out.
Wyna (IG: @wtodd141) made this great mini quilt using a neutral palette with a pop of yellow.
Wendy (IG: @wendybzquilting) made this fiery version using an Alison Glass print and bright solids. It reminds me of a volcano readying to blow.
Cheri (IG: @thefiberchick) used a variety of prints effectively to make this amazing result.
I definitely need to make this again with a different color palette and with prints after seeing these great interpretations.
If you are interested in the pdf pattern, you can find it here of payhip or here on Craftsy. Feel free to check out other patterns in my payhip shop, which you can reach directly from my blog (see “shop” menu item).
WINNER is Kris from Sew Sunshine. I will send you an email shortly with the pattern.
Would you like to win a copy of this pattern? You have two chances to win. Leave a comment below on “what art movement or artist or other source in which you find inspiration for designs/quilts”. For the second chance to win, hop over to instagram (ml_wilkie) where you can tag a friend per comment.
I will randomly select a winner for the pattern this Sunday 6pm EST.