Zesty | A Quilt Pattern


I’m so excited to introduce Patchwork & Poodle’s third pattern, Zesty! I love orange peel quilts, which is slightly problematic since I don’t enjoy cutting or sewing curves. So I set out to create a modern twist on an orange peel quilt that didn’t involve curves. And while I was at it, let’s exclude template and foundation paper piecing too. Thus, creating a pattern that uses nothing but basic quilt blocks to create a stunning trick of the eye.

Zesty is available in my Etsy shop!

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WALK Quilting Book | Product Review


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Up to this point I’ve quilted all of my own quilts on my domestic machine at home. (That’s close to 70 quilts, friends!) I actually had dreams of becoming an expert free-motion quilter on my little machine, but, well, that’s still far off from reality. And if you’re not free motion quilting, you’re using a walking foot. I soon got bored, (really, really bored) with the same, old, straight line quilting. On one hand, it is nice, clean, and dependable, sure, but it lacked the pizazz I was seeing online of all the fancy, beautiful things that could get quilted on a longarm.

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