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The Exploratory Quilt

We're launching a brand new quilt pattern for you today called the Exploratory Quilt!

This pattern will be the focus of our Quilting 102 class. It's perfect for the new quilter that is ready for the next challenge. Nothing too intricate or tricky here, just a fun fresh design that comes together quickly. BUT, this pattern is actually great for everyone because we've rounded up all the best methods for making half square triangle and flying geese blocks and put them all in one place! We even included a separate Quick Reference Guide that you can keep handy in your sewing space so you'll be ready to make triangle blocks on a whim! You will be ready to make two at a time, four at a time or eight at a time depending on your needs.

The vision for this quilt has always been to keep it pretty classic, so we used Essex Linen in Flax for the background with a mix of all sorts of blue prints. The pop of red helps move your eye around nicely. But, I can't wait to see the design in other colors, especially with a dark background! Here's a few ideas I played around with:

Here's what you'll need to make your own Exploratory Quilt!

I haven't quilted it yet because I'm debating on doing a lot of hand quilting on this one, and I just can't decide if I'm crazy or not! We'll see. For now, I'll just enjoy the top and keep dreaming up my plan.

We hope you have fun exploring this new quilt design, and that this pattern will work as a reference for many more quilts to come!

Happy Sewing!


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