Interweave was designed specifically to feature large scale prints. Kaffe Fassett. Amy Butler. Philip Jacobs. All those beautiful, big prints you're afraid to cut. Go ahead and cut them up. This pattern is the perfect place to show them off.
If big prints aren't your thing you don't know what you're missing. Give them a try. That said, Interweave will make a beautiful quilt with all sorts of different fabric choices. Use your favorite fabric collection. Try different scale prints. Think batiks. I think it would even look stunning in all solids and give you a wonderful space for showing off your free motion quilting skills. Maybe a different motif in every row.
- A design lesson to help with choosing fabrics.
- Yardage for baby, throw, twin and full/queen sizes.
- Information on how to alter the size to meet your needs.
- Design explorations illustrating additional ideas.
- Fully illustrated step by step instructions.
- Coloring pages for all 4 sizes so you can color your own version.
The design looks amazing on a bed. If I'd had enough fabric of the quilt shown above I would have made a queen size for my new guest room. Some of those black and whites have been in my stash for years and I was down to just small amounts so could only manage a small throw. Right now I'm playing with another Interweave throw for the family room using some traditional large scale leafy prints I've hoarded. So many ideas. So much fabric. So little time. Can you relate?
To celebrate both the new pattern and because my birthday was this week, I'm putting Interweave on sale for 20% off. No coupon code needed. Sale runs through Sunday February 6th 2017 ending at midnight CST.
Edited: Introductory sale has now ended.
Lovely versatile pattern Anne! I can see a few of my large KF prints coming into play with this. I think this would be good also for showcasing Laurel Burch if a child's throw is needed.ReplyDelete
What a delightful and versatile pattern Anne! I love it and the name is just perfect! Congratulations! I hope you sell lots of patterns!ReplyDelete
So beautiful, Anne! I went right over and bought mine. I have had a certain stack of prints that have gone unused for several years, and when I saw this, I knew this pattern would be perfect. Now I have so many ideas for this--thank you so much.ReplyDelete
Love it! Such awesome photos too! This pattern has so many applications with different fabrics. I can't wait for you to share the Amy Butler one you made too. Proud of you! So much work goes into these patterns and they are so nice.ReplyDelete