A few weeks ago I was given this fun bundle of solids by the folks at Riley Blake Designs, who asked if I would make a quilt for their display at Quilt Market. I just love a pretty bundle of solids in color spectrum order…
And Voila! The finished quilt! (and me, practicing my Vanna White skills…) I decided to resurrect an old favorite pattern that I created about 10 years ago. I’d never done it in all solids and thought it would be fun to give it a go. (You can see my previous incarnations here and here.)
In honor of the occasion, I’m releasing the pattern for this Modern Basket block as a free tutorial! There is also a printable PDF version of the pattern available in my Shop as well as my Craftsy Shop here.
Here are a few more of the quilts made with Confetti Cottons. I love that giant vintage rose quilt made by Trish Poolson and will be available soon as a pattern.
On the left is the super cool SawDash quilt by Marion McClellan using her Sawdash quilt tutorial. The colored pencil quilt on the right was made by Kelli Fanin and was a total show-stopper! I’m sharing pictures of a few others on the Riley Blake Blog.
A big shout out to Melissa of Sew Shabby Quilting for helping me to get this one finished (by the skin of my teeth) before Quilt Market!