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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 one, as it has all the rows of blocks.
I have chosen a vivid color palette, the one I normally use, where I mix primary and secondary colors, creating a gradient that goes from the warmest to the coolest tones, to reinforce the composition of the quilt.
The colors used are, from top to bottom, Meringue, Grellow, Saffron, Camellia, Cerise and Raisin. For the background I have chosen pure white, to make the colors stand out as much as possible.
For the backing I opted for a floral print (obviously!), in pink tones that make it have some connection with the front.
For the quilting, I used my favorite for quilting, parallel lines 1/2 inch apart. It is a simple quilt, but visually it works wonderfully, as it allows the design of the quilt to stand out and also gives it texture.
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 / 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 …
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 …