Interwoven Quilt Along

Week 1: Planning Fabrics

Week 2: Cutting & Seam Allowance

Week 3: Making Blocks & Pressing Seams

Week 4 : Making Blocks

Week 5 : Making Blocks

Week 6 : Making Blocks

Week 7 : Catch Up Week & Scrap Ideas

Week 8: Assembling your Quilt Top

 

I'm so excited to share that I will be hosting a Quilt Along for my best selling pattern, Interwoven. Sign up here!
What is a Quilt Along, you ask? Well, its simply a period time in which we all create a quilt together! Interwoven is an intermediate pattern, so it can be a little tricky. I'm eager to share some tips and tricks with you all! Not to mention, you'll be creating your quilt with quilters from around the world. How cool is that?
We will kick things off on Monday, January 28th. There will be a weekly newsletter to let you know what's on the agenda for that week.  It will also lead you to a weekly blog post, which will house all of the Quilt Along information. Additionally, I'll be over on Instagram, sharing all the things as well. Be sure you're following me over there!
Here is the tentative schedule for the Quilt Along. Since there are two sizes and two colorways, I had to split things up a bit. I'll help you keep it all straight once the time comes :)
Here are the fabric requirements:
Looking for inspiration? I've got you covered!
As ya'll know, I love solids, and this quilt works really well with them! I strongly recommend using solids, or at least non-directional fabrics.
The quilt featured on the cover of my pattern is made using Kona Snow and Doeskin. So dreamy!
I also made this throw size Interwoven quilt for my mom for Christmas. My background color is Snow (as always), and the other colors are: 
Here are a few mock-up's that I created on my computer. I wish I could make all of them!
Looking for more inspiration? Check out my original Interwoven blog post! It includes amazing versions of this quilt made by my fabulous testers!
Also, my friends over at Cottoneer will have a few two-color Interwoven bundles for you! Check those out here
Something that I love using for this pattern, is my Stripology Ruler by Creative Grids. It's not required but it SIGNIFICANTLY reduces the amount of time you spend cutting. Trust me! It's amazing! You can find the exact size that I use here.
I hope you'll join us on January 28th! Sign up here and don't forget to grab your pattern
Paper copies can be found here
See you soon!
Brittany

10 comments

  • what would be the fabric requirements for a traditional – two colors – queen size quilt?

    Francine Désilets
  • I purchased the pattern on 12/12 and have my fabric cut using the 1 1/2” die on my Accuquilt. Looking forward to your sew along!

    Sharon T
  • I just purchased the pattern and now can’t wait to start. I haven’t decided on the color group yet but can’t wait.

    Ida
  • I purchased the pattern, some fabric and the ruler. I can’t wait. I’m doing 2 colors, Teal and neutral. :)

    Cathy
  • I love ❤️ This quilt! I just need to decide colors🤔 I am excited to quilt a long!!

    Denise

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