Tagged: rectangles

Sunday sketch #56

I’ve been thinking about this recent series of designs as views through a window, but it’s also a bit like looking through latticework to see an object sitting behind.

Geometriquilt: Sunday sketch #56

Just when you thought the translation of a design into a quilt pattern couldn’t get any easier — this one needs only rectangles. No diagonal seams, no triangles. Just rectangles. How easy is that?!

 

 

Sunday sketch #55

X marks the spot.

Geometriquilt: Sunday sketch #55

Like last week’s sketch and the one before it, this design uses 2 x 4 rectangles cut through with another fabric. Depending on the fabrics you used, this simple cross could make a big impact.

 

 

Sunday sketch #54

Last week’s sketch was the start of a journey into a new design idea — almost like looking through a window. You’ll see more of where that design has taken me over the next month or so. This week, I’m still looking through rectangles to see stripes.

Geometriquilt: Sunday sketch #54

This time the rectangles are fatter and the colouring is reversed, but the same construction method applies. A little over half of the rectangles shown here are each a single fabric piece (I imagine them all from one fabric but you could also do a big scrappy version). The rest are made from 2 fabrics; add the required corners by overlaying a square or triangle across the rectangle piece of fabric (right sides together) and sew diagonally across. Arrange and separate with sashing, then add a border. Ta da!