On the Wing Quilt Pattern by Janet Clare
On The Wing – Quilt Pattern – a beautiful quilt with amazing energy and movement created using a traditional patchwork and fusible appliqué
Create “On the Wing”, a striking and beautiful quilt with this pattern from Janet Clare. The quilt has amazing energy and movement created using a traditional log cabin block design coupled with fusible appliqué gulls.
The pattern provides detailed instructions guide you through the piecing of the top, creating the appliqué gulls, free machine drawing, quilt construction, layering and binding.
Using traditional patchwork piecing and fusible appliqué, having some patchwork experience will make this project easier, but the techniques are simple to learn, making it suitable for all experience levels.
The quilt is jelly roll friendly! A jelly roll is a fabric bundle containing forty strips of fabric, each 42” x 2 ½”. These are used as part of the construction of the log-cabin blocks in this design. Janet made her quilt with her nautical themed ‘Ebb and Flow’ fabric line for Moda
FOR PIECING THE FRONT
> 1 Jelly Roll for log cabin strips – Ebb and Flow (1480JR)
> 1 ¼ yd pale fabric for log cabin block centres – Ships > Pearl (1486-11)
> ~ ½ yd dark fabric for appliqué gulls. You could use your scraps, there are 27 gulls on my quilt, the largest needing a 6” x 4” piece of fabric – Stripe > Dark Ocean (1485-23)
> Fusible web, 1 m
> Matching threads for free-motion machine stitching on the gulls
> ½ yd – Stripe > Dark Ocean (1485-23)
FOR LAYERING UP AND BACKING
> 3 ¼ yards (one vertical seam) Starfish > Dark Ocean (1484-20)
> Wadding, 58 x 58 inches
Finished quilt measures 50 x 50 inches.
4 in stock