Point on Point Quilt PAPER pattern
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The Point on Point quilt is a modern and simple design which comes together pleasingly quickly. It’s a design that is a geometric, modern take on an art deco fan design. This PAPER pattern includes full instructions for making the Point on Point quilt in 4 sizes.
This PAPER pattern booklet includes a FREE bonus supplement that guides you through four different variations to the main instructions, each of which has numerous different quilt layout options…too many to count!
See more information in the description below.
The Point on Point quilt is a design made from a series of pieced blocks made from strip sets, set on point for maximum impact.
The pattern includes instructions for creating the Point on Point quilt in 4 sizes:
:: Wall (19.75″ x 19.75″”)
:: Cot/Lap (29.5″ x 39.5″)
:: Throw (49.5″ x 59.5″)
:: Single (69″ x 89″)
This PAPER pattern booklet features the following:
:: Fabric requirements (see final picture for details)
:: Colouring diagram
:: Detailed fabric cutting instructions
:: Step by step illustrated instructions for construction
:: BONUS supplement with 4 variations to the design
For more information on the FREE bonus supplement with additional variations for the Point on Point quilt, read this blog post.
I would recommend this pattern for confident beginners (but maybe not as your first quilt). The cutting is mostly straightforward (other than some squares at 7 7/8”) and there some bias edges to contend with. You will need to be confident sewing an accurate 1/4″ seam.
You can see versions of the quilt made by other people in the Gallery of Makes. It’s a wonderful source of inspiration!
If you’d like some tips on sewing an accurate 1/4″ seam you can watch my YouTube video
There’s something a little magical about woodland creatures. Make this applique Fox Pocket and add it to something special to give it a little woodland charm.
Try adding a fox pocket to a little girl’s dress, use it as a pocket on the back of a pair of boy’s trousers or use it as a feature on a bag.
This pattern won a competition and appeared in the 10th edition of Crafty magazine in the UK!