Harmony – quilt as you go pattern
Learn a new technique and practice free motion quilting while stitching a quilt that will turn heads!
You will learn so much sewing this quilt!
The blocks of this quilt were individually free motion quilted then they were “pieced” together using an easy technique – quilt as you go.
The pattern includes 33 designs- 27 designs measure 20” and 6 designs measure 7”.
Here are a few of my blocks.
You could use the blocks for small projects (pillows, table runners…) or you could join them into a big quilt.
If free motion quilting intimidates you, this pattern is for you!
If quilting a big quilt intimidates you, this technique is for you!
I have been quilting for 16 years but I still notice the difference between quilting a small quilt and quilting a big quilt.
This project is wonderful for beginner quilters, as the entire quilting is done on individual blocks.
FAT QUARTER friendly quilt as you go pattern
You can sew blocks in any size you need.
I printed my patterns at a reduced size (14”) and I used fat quarters.
The designs are very simple- concentric rosettes (flowers) with 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, and 20 petals.
Because they were so fun to sew, I thought to add a few variations to each one.
You will want to practice free motion quilting more!
Stitching these repetitive designs creates a rhythm that invites you to stitch more and more – it’s a kind of addiction.
That’s why I made 33 designs and I already stitched more than 20!
See big photos and details of all the blocks I stitched here, here, here, and here.
Not too much time for quilting? How about these pretty coasters, made with those small designs?
- full size patterns for all the 33 designs.
Details about what’s the difference between them and which designs are easiest to sew are included.
- detailed instructions for easy and successful free motion quilting on the individual blocks; you will learn what are the best tools for this technique, how to prepare the fabric for easy free motion quilting, what batting and thread to use to highlight the designs better.
- complete instructions on how to join the blocks into a big quilt using the quilt-as-you-go technique, with lots of tips for a perfect piecing
- instructions on how to quilt on dark color fabrics without the hassle of transferring the design to fabric- meaning…
… how to quilt through paper!
- pattern directions: 35 pages with clear color photos
- pattern designs: 171 pages
This pattern gives you the opportunity to learn a new technique and grow your free motion quilting skills.
Do you have a sewing machine with small space under the arm?
DON’T MISS THIS PATTERN!
NO BULK under the arm of the sewing machine – from start to finish!
Are you an experienced quilter?
This pattern is FUN and RELAXING.
You really don’t know what to admire first at this quilt:
– the detailed quilting of each block or the delicate appearance of the whole quilt-
Instant download! This pattern is offered in PDF format only.
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Home sewers may sell handmade items made with this pattern; please give credit to Geta Grama for the pattern.
Mass production is strictly prohibited.
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