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Modern Confetti Quilt

By: Piece N Quilt
Modern Confetti Quilt
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Quilters who like to really get down into the details of a quilt pattern are going to fall in love with the very artistic Modern Confetti Quilt. It combines shapely applique designs and the striking embroidery design sure to make your applique patterns pop even more. Once you've made your triangles, get creative with how you place them on your pattern. There's a lot of opportunity for a quilter to be spontaneous and different here.

Project TypeMake a Project

Quilt Size60 inches wide x 70 inches long

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Primary TechniqueApplique


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This is a really interesting looking quilt, and perfect for a wall hanging or a fun, festive bed quilt. It would make a neat gift for someone who was celebrating their graduation or some other occasion of note. I love the pop of colors against the white background and this would be fun to try. I usually don't like modern quilts, but this one is really nice.

This is a pretty quilt and I love Natalia's patterns. I especially love that she collaborates with her mom. I was thinking that for those who don't have an embroidery machine or those who want a faster way to do the applique, it can be done with paperbacked fusible web. Trace the triangle shape onto the fusible, iron it to the wrong side of the fabric, cut out the shape and fuse in place. The blanket stitch also works as well as a satin stitch!


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