Let me introduce you to Monochrome Peel quilt pattern!
Monochrome Peel is designed with the Rob Peter to Pay Paul quilt block as a reference. This version has hand-pieced blocks, machine-pieced blocks, and hand-quilted big stitch style; the binding was machine sewn to the front and flipped and hand-stitched down on the back. This quilt can be machine sewn and quilted if hand sewing isn't your jam! The curves are super gentle on this quilt, so machine piecing is an option; I'm a hand piecer. There are acrylic templates available as well, here.
To get the same scrappy quilt pictured in the pattern, the more prints, the better. Aim for 50-100 or more if you have them, do a fabric swap with other quilty friends or ask your quilt shop for a bundle! Layer cakes can be used, cut down to size using the templates.
Hand piecing instructions
This blog post includes videos on hand-piecing tips - including using templates. Hand-piecing curves will be added soon to this series.
The pattern will be delivered to your inbox upon completion of the purchase via SendOwl.
Monochrome Peel comes in the following sizes:
- Lap 48" x 64"
- Throw 64" x 64
Includes instructions/diagrams for:
- Piecing curves
- Construction layouts and a diagram of piecing sections
- Colouring sheets