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By purchasing the Planview Quilt Along, you are agreeing to be added to a mailing list that will be used to distribute the Planview Digital Quilt Pattern in PDF segments starting on December 1, 2021, through April 30, 2022.
Planview Quilt Along Introduction
In 1-2 business days after you purchase the Planview Quilt Along, you will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Welcome to the Planview Quilt Along!” Keep an eye out for this email. Once you receive the email, you have been added to the quilt along mailing list and you will receive an email at each of the key dates in the quilt along.
Planview Quilt Along Email Schedule
The beginning of the quilt along schedule is very relaxed to account for the upcoming holidays. In 2022, the quilt along will settle into a 2-week pace with a full month for the final finishing and any catch up.
- December 1, 2021 – Fabric Requirements
- January 5, 2022 – Cutting Instructions
- January 26, 2022 – Piecing #1
- February 9, 2022 – Piecing #2
- February 23, 2022 – Piecing #3
- March 9, 2022 – Piecing #4
- March 30, 2022 through April 30, 2022 – Final Linkup
If you do not receive the welcome email, please add email@example.com to your contact email addresses, and check in your spam directory and mark the email as “Not Spam” if it is there. If you have any questions, please email me at either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
About the Planview Quilt
The Planview quilt along will offer 6 quilt sizes:
- Wall (30″ x 36″)
- Baby (40″ x 48″)
- Lap (60″ x 72″)
- Twin (80″ x 96″)
- Queen (90″ x 108″)
- King (100″ x 120″)
As an engineer, I created plans to communicate how to manufacture parts that I developed. Plans are two-dimensional diagrams used to describe an object and communicate building and/or fabrication instructions. A plan view is a projection looking down on the object, like in a floor plan for a house. This design started by overlapping various sizes of rotated plus shapes and the end result strongly reminded me of the plan view of the John C. Hodges library (the library of my college alma mater), resulting in the name of the design.
The Planview quilt pattern uses 5 fabrics plus a background fabric, and the fabric requirements will have a coloring page and lots of colorway options for you to consider. Sewtopia is offering two lap size Kona Cotton kits: a cool progression and lava colorway. I have also identified a few online shops that carry the exact Northcott Fabrics prints I used in my lap size sample which I will share when the fabric requirements are released.
Q: What is the complexity level?
A: The pattern is written at a confident beginner level, and the pattern is appropriate for that skill level and above. There will be no bias edges.
Agreement Not to Copy – This pattern is provided for the buyer’s individual use only. By purchasing this pattern, the buyer agrees not to copy, reproduce or distribute copies or reproductions of this pattern to any person or persons, or to allow others to do so, without first obtaining written permission from Yvonne Fuchs.