Tangled Quilts No 2 – modern pillow & wall hanging pattern
A modern patchwork pattern for a pillow or a wall hanging. The big pieces are great for showing off your favorite prints. Or you can use leftover strips that are too small for other projects.
The ebook gives you step by step instructions with colored graphics on how to sew this pattern in two sizes and four different versions from two colors up to a five color grading version.
The pattern is very beginner friendly – all you need to know is how to cut strips, squares and rectangles and how to sew straight seams. With a little practice working with ruler and rotary cutter it can be cut and sewn in one afternoon.
two sizes: pillow (16“ x 16“) and wall hanging (28“ x 28“)
And in case you like matching stuff – there is also a quilt pattern with the same design.
- 16 page ebook with detailed description of every step and lots of colored graphics
- list of required materials and quantities
- cutting and assembling instructions
- design examples for all versions
- coloring sheet & label sheet
- files in A4 & US Letter
Materials you need at home:
- for the quilt top: non-elastic woven fabric, preferably cotton (amount depends on chosen size)
- for the backing: non-elastic woven fabric, preferably cotton, or soft cuddly fabrics like fleece or plush
- for inlay: quilt batting or volume interfacing (regular or fusible) or ordinary microfibre blanket
- for binding: non-elastic woven fabric, preferably cotton
- thread in matching or contrasting colors
- sewing tools: sewing machine with a ¼“ foot, fabric scissors, iron, pins or clips; recommended: quilting needles
- cutting tools: patchwork ruler, cutting mat, rotary cutter
- for coloring and label sheet: printer, A4 paper, paper scissors
AnneT – neurodiverse creative chaos
creations of a neurodiverse mind
I grew up with the sound of my mum's and grandma's sewing machines and have been sewing since my teenage years. Focused on clothes and accessories first a few years ago I caught the patchwork virus and have been hooked up ever since.
Meanwhile I create my own designs and write patterns for traditional piecing and foundation paper piecing in English and German for beginners and advanced sewers. I love to experiment with different colors and designs and to see what others create with my ideas.