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"Linked In", pieced by Stacey Day and quilted by Joan Nicholson. Fabrics are an assortment of Michael Miller collections I have always wanted to design a one block quilt, and after much experimenting I ended up with Linked In. Made from a single block, the orientation of each is rotated, creating the linked and layered effect of the dark teal lines and yellow squares. The blocks are constructed in sections, making Linked In perfect for chain piecing. It comes together easily and would make a great gift for anyone. Linked In would look stunning in solids and shot cottons, or you could make it more traditional using Civil War Reproductions or some elegant Oriental Prints. Whatever you do choose, it will be a fabulous addition to any room! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Use a rotary cutter Use a sewing machine Sew a straight line Follow pressing instructions Follow pattern instructions

Recommended with this pattern

  • 84"x84" square of batting
  • 1/3 yard lime green for small squares
  • 1 yard light teal for large squares

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Stacey Day Quilts
Stacey Day Quilts
I am a pattern writer and designer living on the beautiful West Coast of British Columbia, Canada. In addition to writing my own patterns and blogging about my quilting adventures, I also design and make quilts for various fabric companies, including Windham, P&B Textiles, FreeSpirit and Moda. You can follow my adventures at staceyinstitches.wordpress.com