I’m so excited that my newest fabric, Gridwork will be arriving in stores soon! To get you pumped up for some post holiday sewing, I’m sharing some gorgeous quilts made by my talented friends. Hopefully you’ll be inspired by one of these designs and put them on your “to make” list in the new year!
Why Knot by Heather Black of Quiltachusetts
Whenever Heather Black designs a quilt, she really knocks it out of the park! She’s well-known for amazing modern curved piecing designs and she always makes my fabrics look great!! Check out her her new Why Knot quilt pattern, made from the Citron colorway of Gridwork fabric.
Heather is just as talented designing the machine quilting, too! I love how each section pops with the gorgeous custom quilting.
Here’s a mini-sized version of the same quilt, made from Gridwork in Amethyst:
The simple Gridwork quilting on this version gives it a completely different look, but it’s still very effective, don’t you think? And of course I love that it fits in with the theme of the fabric, too!
Mid Mod by Charisma Horton
I’ve recently gotten to know Charisma Horton online and her work is just fabulous! She has a great eye for modern design and is a prolific long-arm quilter, too. I love this composition that she created from Gridwork, called Mid Mod.
She quilted it with a fun allover geometric motif that I think adds great texture to the quilt without overpowering the pieced design.
Doesn’t Charisma’s quilt look great on the side of this colorful building??
Meet Nate & Tate made From Leftover Scraps!
Check out what Charisma made from her Gridwork leftovers. Aren’t her Gnomes the cutest?
Paintbox by Linda Sullivan of Colourwerx
Gridlocked by Jenifer Dick of Everyday Stitches
This striking design is made from Gridwork fat quarters + background fabric. I love how it shows off the prints and they look great all mixed up together!
I sure do love having talented friends that create some amazing patterns with my fabric!!
Now it’s your turn. Once you grab your favorite Gridwork prints and start sewing with them, please share your progress with me. You can post pics in my Facebook group, or you can share on instagram with the hashtag #gridworkfabric. I can’t wait to see what you make!
And don’t forget to preorder your favorite Gridwork bundles by colorway. They’ll ship in January!