Here are some more options for playing with this pattern. I have used one block in each drawing. In some of them I have changed the colour placement. So here are some “one block quilts” you could make with my tutorial A.
If you are interested in trying one of the lay-outs above, please wait until you have seen Tutorial B!
ABOVE : This pattern could be done simpler –> “dark pink”: you could start with squares and build up the light pink edge. Add the green triangles and done! The same with the HST squares! First build your square and than add the strips and triangles.
Some block lay-out as in the drawing above, put changing the colour lay-out will give you this:
One more thing: in both the drawings made of Block II, you would have to change the position of Low Volume fabrics. Mirror them! Or else you would end up with four parts of the same LV fabric coming together in one square. (like you see in the pics!)
You might have been wondering why I have been making all of these quilt tops of Cloud Nine and other (still unnamed) patterns. Normally the temperature goes up by the end of the school year (JUST ONE MORE WEEK) and summer really kicks in. It would be too hot to have the iron on in the sewing room all of the time. I had planned to do a lot of FMQ in the hot days…. hot days??? Are you kidding me? It is raining again, skies are gray, wind is strong…. BLEH! Please, I would love some sunshine, just a little bit. I do not do well in gray surroundings 😉
So if you have some spare sunshine laying around, please send it over! Shipping will be covered, don’t worry! 😉
Thank you Julie! Yes, the sun is out, but so was the rain! Sometimes this combo results in beautiful vistas! Double rainbow!!!