Indulge in your favorite hue (or two!) with fabric designer Jessica Levitt. Bright and bold quilt blocks pair same-color prints with strong solids for depth and lots of personality. Stitch random-width strips to a muslin base for a planned approach to improv. Giant-size blocks join together like a fun puzzle, forming a graphic secondary pattern when you piece the quilt top!
• Big blocks from bold solids and prints • Foundation piecing is fun and easy on muslin fabric • Tips from fabric designer and modern quilter Jessica Levitt • For quilters of all skill levels
Yardage is based on 42˝-wide fabric, unless otherwise noted. The fabrics listed are for a twin-size quilt.
12 prints: 5/8 yard each (analogous colors for blocks) or plenty of scraps from your stash (some must be 20˝–25˝ long)
Solid 1: 17/8 yards for block contrast stripe
Solid 2: 1 yard for block contrast strips and triangles
Muslin: 6 yards (36˝–40˝ wide)
Binding: 5/8 yard for straight-grain or 7/8 yard for bias binding