I created the Octangle quilt pattern as my 2018 Patreon pattern, and as such it was only available to those who signed up to support me via Patreon for $1 or more per month. Today, I’m excited to get to reveal the quilt, pattern, and details about the design with you!
I based the design for Octangle on the desire to use up a FQ bundle that I had curated for the Fat Quarter Shop.
The bundle is no longer available from the Fat Quarter Shop, but 7 of the bundle fabrics are still available:
- Savannah (Gingiber) – 48227-23
- Savannah (Gingiber) – 48227-22
- Savannah (Gingiber) – 48225-21
- Savannah (Gingiber) – 48224-16
- Arroyo (Erin Dollar) – 16880-62
- Arroyo (Erin Dollar) – 16880-146
- Arroyo (Erin Dollar) – 16877-116
I separated my selected 12 fat quarters into 6 cool and 6 warm colors to achieve the cool to warm transition for the sample lap size quilt. If you are interested in achieving a cool to warm or other half and half version (such as the top in one color and the bottom a second color), the pattern has details on how to achieve that. When selecting your fabric for the quilt, be sure to select half of the fat quarters for the “top” and half of the fat quarters for the “bottom”. Never fear, the pattern can be equally stunning created in a more scrappy manner, as shown above!
The Octangle digital quilt pattern is now available for sale in my Quilting Jetgirl shop, and tomorrow I get to reveal my 2019 Patreon pattern quilt. I look forward to sharing it with you soon!