I wrote a little about this quilt yesterday and thought I’d show you a bit more of it.
The quilt is a nice lap size: 43” x 56” and was so quick to put together. I was working with scraps and bits from my stash so I started by cutting everything into 2.25” x 9” strips. Then I sewed them into sets of four and put them up on the design wall. It took just a few minutes to rearrange things so I liked the distribution of colors.
Then I sewed the strips into columns and sewed the columns together.
Usually when I’m working on a new idea I scribble everything on a piece of graph paper – measurements, math, fabric ideas, etc. This is just the front side of my page for this quilt project. The backside has the finished measurements and basic instructions in case I ever want to duplicate the quilt.
Normally I would just stick the page into a file, but with this project my finished notes were too much of a lovely mess. I decided to type everything up in Illustrator so it was neat and tidy. Since I’ve done the work, I might as well share, right? You can view, download and/or print the pattern for Woodland here. Please only use the pattern for personal use.
If you make your own version of Woodland I’d love to see it! You can add it to the Sewing with A Bright Corner flickr group or if you’re on instagram just tag me (@abrightcorner)
I’m linking up to Quilt Story’s Fabric Tuesday