Patchwork Essentials: Interlaced Quilt

Monday, May 15, 2017

Happy Monday! Today I have a finished quilt to share, my Interlaced Quilt!

This past Fall and Summer, I went about finishing up the series of half-square triangle sampler quilt tops I made. I took the 60 blocks from the block chart section of my book, Patchwork Essentials: The Half-Square Triangle, and put them together into three sampler quilts. I shared a setting tutorial for each quilt, and now I have them all finished up! Find the tutorials for all three settings here: Over and Above Quilt Setting Tutorial, Blockade Quilt Setting Tutorial, Interlaced Quilt Setting Tutorial.

For each quilt, I focused on one of the colors that I used in the blocks. This quilt was focused around the citron green. This quilt is the scrappiest of the bunch, I used many different citron fabrics to make the setting blocks. I also used more of the same white for the background. This quilt used 17 quilt blocks from the Block Chapter in my book. For more on the inspiration behind this quilt, head over to the tutorial post.

This quilt was quilted by Melissa Kelley of Sew Shabby Quilting. I chose the interlocking orange peel design for the quilting, and I really like it for this quilt.

I backed this quilt in a widescreen wide back in geranium. It's bound up in a oval elements print in blue lagoon.

These setting quilts were a fun way to stitch up all the blocks from the block chart. I still love the colors, and I feel like they are memory quilts for my book writing journey.

Happy Quilting!


  1. it's so pretty jeni! I love it! The citron is such an awesome color.

  2. Your quilts are awesome. They have a really unique and wonderful blend of traditional and modern quilting elements.

  3. I love these, Jeni. Whenever I'm pondering my next project, make some hst and make one of the blocks. What a great way to put all those blocks together. Thanks.

  4. Lovley colors. I like it very much. My next project ;-)

  5. It's beautiful, Jeni! I love that citron color and the quilting is beautiful.

  6. I love this quilt! The setting really works for these blocks!

  7. lovely. this is so pretty and happy

  8. They all turned out so well! Each unique in their own way. I would not want to choose a favorite!

  9. Sew pretty! I love how you were able to combine all of those different blocks into this quilt and yet the result is very unified and cohesive due to repeating shapes and fabrics. Nicely done.

  10. I really love this combination of the setting blocks and sampler blocks you made. Thank you for sharing with us!


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