Wildwood Quilt Pt 2 - Design Session #3
The Wildwood quilt is a modern geometric quilt that shows a lot of movement and uses unique shapes to accomplish this effect. This design session is broken down into two parts. The first part covers specific tips to help break down a quilt to create a quilt plan. This second part covers which quilting motifs to use once your quilt plan has been created.
A detailed transcript of the video can be found below!
Design Session #3 - Wildwood by GeomtriQuilt Pt 2
Nancy submitted this Wildwood quilt she pattern tested for Caroline of @geomtriquilt.
Quilting Shapes & Motifs
Shape 1: Long Trapezoid:
Motif 1: Serpentine lines, alternate for a feather effect
Motif 2: Curvy vertical lines that are
Motif 3: Diagonal lines
Motif 4: Echoed triangles
Shape 2: Triangle
Motif 1: Curves connecting from corner to corner
Motif 2: Curves connecting in two corners and in the middle of one side; same direction or alternating
Motif 3: Loops increasing in size to follow the shape of the triangle
Motif 4: Pebbles increasing in size to fill the shape
- Use your favorite fills! Like Paisley's or swirls
- One sided feather, combo feather petal, leaf, swirl
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