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FLOR QUILT / THE ENTWINE VERSION
I have to admit that this Entwine collection of wovens by Giucy Giuce for Andover was love at first sight, but when I ordered the bundle and I could finally see and touch them I completely fell in love.
They have the richest colours and a wide variety of incredible textures thanks to the different weave of the yarn that they make up.
For the background I went for this Robert Kaufman Essex Linen in speckled black. It pairs great with wovens, as it has a very nice texture and a similar touch to the Andover’s fabrics.
This was my first time using wovens and I have to admit htat I was a little worried about the fact that they tend to fray more than the quilting cottong and they are a little stretchy…
For the quilting I decided to make a simple 1/2 in distance parallel lines to let the texture of the wovens have the the prominence they deserve.
You can buy a copy of the pattern here. It is a beginner-friendly pattern and quick to make.
Includes the following sizes:
And also two colour versions: 1 colour and 1 colour per row.
FLOR QUILT / THE KONA SOLIDS VERSION
In this post I show you the cover version of Flor Quilt. A pattern that belongs to the Spanish Lessons series, where all the designs are inspired by words in Spanish. For the cover of this pattern I prepared a Twin size. Normally the most attractive designs are usually the largest, and in this particular …
FLOR QUILT / SCRAPPY VERSION
Hi friends! For my last sample of the Flor pattern I decided to use prints instead of the usual solids that I have always used since I started in the world of quilting. I noticed that the pattern was easily adaptable to making a scrappy version, so I went for a colour scale from pale …