Friday, May 8, 2015

Throw and Baby size Hello Washi

Happy Friday!  I wanted to show you two more Hello Washi quilts that I’ve made in the past few months -

This throw sized version was the first one I made.  It’s made from two charm packs from the Late Bloomers line of fabric (Moda).  I just loved the rich, fall colors in this line. 

Hello Washi quilt pattern

In the pattern, there are instructions for three different block variations. The one I used here is the monochromatic version – with each block made from prints with similar colors.  So the shape of the block stands out more than each individual strip. 

Hello Washi quilt pattern

I backed this quilt in some flannel to make it perfect for using in the fall months. 

Hello Washi quilt pattern

This next quilt is the baby sized version of Hello Washi.  For this quilt I used cuts of yardage instead of precuts.

Hello Washi quilt pattern

It was this version of the quilt that helped me name the pattern.  I thought the bright, geometric strips of fabric looked like my favorite rolls of washi tape.  And washi tape, although cute by itself, is so fun when combined with other strips of washi tape!

Hello Washi quilt pattern 
This line is called Simply Sweet from Riley Blake fabrics.  It’s an older line, but you can still find bundles of it on etsy. 

Hello Washi quilt pattern

Out of all three Hello Washi quilts that I made, this one is my favorite.  I just wish I had made it as a throw size.  When it’s not a part of a trunk show, this one hangs on the wall above my longarm.  It’s so cheery!

You can find PDF patterns for Hello Washi in my shop, on ETSY and on Craftsy.  For just a few more days, get 25% off the PDF in my shop by using the code "mayflowers".


1 comment:

  1. What a great pattern Andy! They look fabulous. Although I really love the Simply Sweet quilt....such pretty colours! Jen

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