Denyse Schmidt's Modern Quilts, Traditional Inspiration ever since I saw Little and Lots' Cerise Beast. As soon as I offered to make Audrey's friend a quilt for her college dorm room I had this pattern in mind and then I actually read the pattern... paper templates for 4 unique pieces, cutting and sewing curves - not gonna happen! I love Denyse but I'm not a fan of her construction techniques. So I thought about other ways of doing it, maybe not better but definitely more in my comfort zone.
Pure jelly roll. For the arcs I tried using the Easy Dresden ruler from my (still unfinished) Blue Plate Special.
favorite circle applique technique and sewed the long edges of the arcs to fusible (Pellon SF 101). It took some math to get the placement right but eventually I figured out the appropriate size block so the edges would align correctly.
Sharing with this week's Finish it Up Friday by Crazy Mom Quilts.
Finished quilt is 22" x 22"
Fabrics: Pure by Sweetwater for Moda, Kona Snow.
Batting: Quilter's Dream Orient Bamboo
Thread: 50 wt. Aurifil in Ermine (2312)