Think Big :: Tilt-A-Whirl

Tilt-a-Whirl is a perfect introduction to pieced curves. The units are nice and large, so the curve is gentle, and not too challenging to stitch up. I’ve loved incorporating more curves into my patchwork the last year or so, and hope that you will too!

Think Big : Tilt a Whirl by Amy Ellis -

Photo Credit: Martingale/Brent Kane

The best part about Think Big, is all the options, and being able to try one block before cutting curved pieces for a larger quilt. I broke it down into charts, to walk you through the math, so that you can make the perfect quilt for you. Some of the projects I made quilts for, but about half, I made a quilt and runner only. For Tilt-A-Whirl I made all three!

Think Big : Tilt a Whirl by Amy Ellis -

Photo Credit: Martingale/Brent Kane

Included in the book are images of a 18″ pillow, 18″ x 54″ runner and 72″ x 90″ twin quilt. The runners and quilts can be made as few or as many blocks as you like, to compliment your table, bed or any other surface you want to put it on. Fabrics featured are Waterfront Park by Violet Craft.

Think Big by Amy Ellis -

Think Big is available in my shop, with Martingale or Amazon

For 20% off use code THINKBIG upon check out in my shop for the next two weeks! I’ll be starting a Quilt-Along based on three of the blocks in Think Big next month – check back for more details next week, or join my Facebook group!

By |2018-12-02T16:19:40-06:00July 22nd, 2015|finished quilt, Think Big|0 Comments

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