Patchwork Essentials: Woven Quilt

Tuesday, February 12, 2019


Photo © 2015 Lauren Hunt for Lucky Spool Media.

Time to share another quilt from my book, Patchwork Essentials: The Half-Square Triangle! You can find all the posts about Patchwork Essentials using the MY BOOK link at the top of every page, or here.


I'm going to share each quilt, in order, with the exception of a few that I've already shared. The Waypoint quilt is next in this chapter, I shared that quilt here: Waypoint Quilt. Now it's time for the Woven quilt!

For more on how the book is structured see this post.

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Photo © 2015 Lauren Hunt for Lucky Spool Media.

This is one of my favorite quilts from my book. I love working with jewel tones, especially when the palette includes eggplant purple! I used some of my favorite purple prints in this quilt. This design uses two different sizes of half-square triangles, and was inspired by traditional ocean waves quilts.


This quilt was quilted by Melissa of Sew Shabby Quilting. The design is one of my favorites, popcorn. I've used it for quite a few quilts now, it just feels so cheerful to me!


For the backing, I used a blender from Urban Mod. It's bound in a purple dashed stripe from Bazaar Style. This binding fabric was one of those prints that had been in my stash for years, just waiting for the perfect project. It made a great binding!


In 2016, I made a second Woven quilt, this time in all blue fabrics! I wish I could say that it made a significant dent in my blue stash, but it did not. Still a fun quilt to make though! See the post about that quilt here: All Blue Woven Quilt.


Happy Quilting!

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