Melinda Lin ––
Listen to your art!
Stitch a modern, museum-worthy quilt inspired by Cubist painter and Picasso’s contemporary, Georges Braque. Join blocks in ordered sections to form a visually intricate design with easy piecing and straightforward construction! Sewn from 6 unique blocks of different sizes, this abstract, geometric quilt will help unleash your inner artist.
• Museum-worthy quilt pattern in the style of Cubist painter Georges Braque
• 6 blocks of varying sizes are assembled in ordered sections
• Visually intricate design with easy piecing
For a limited time you can purchase a kit to create this lovely quilt here.
8 different black-and-white print and gray print fabrics: 2/3 yard
4 different gray/blue fabrics: 1/3 yard (or 1 fat quarter)
3 different yellow fabrics: 1/3 yard (or 1 fat quarter)
Backing: 47/8 yards
Binding: 2/3 yards
Batting: 69˝ . 85˝
Use Precuts for the Blocks!
1 pack of 10˝ . 10˝ squares, 42 count*
3 packs of 5˝ . 5˝ charm squares, 42 count each*
7 fat quarters (solid fabrics—I used 4 grays and 3 yellows.)
* I used 2 packs of 10˝ × 10˝ squares in Jennifer Sampou’s Black & White Collection, with one pack cut into fourths for the 5˝ × 5˝ squares.
6 x 9.75