Modern Basics II :: Improvised Herringbone


Posted on February 13th, by Amy in finished quilt, Modern Basics. 4 comments

Improvised Herringbone has a few foundation pieced blocks, that add a big impact to the quilt top! This is a great scrap buster, and a great way to use a favorite fat quarter bundle.

Modern Basics II :: Improvised Herringbone - AmysCreativeSide.com

Improvised Herringbone measures 70″ x 83″

Designed and pieced by me with my Baby Lock Melody

Quilted by Natalia Bonner

Fabrics are Hello Pilgrim by Lizzy House

Instructions for throw size is included in the book

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Modern Basics II is available at Fat Quarter ShopAmazon, and autographed copies are in my bookshop.






4 thoughts on “Modern Basics II :: Improvised Herringbone

  1. 1
    Lori Smanski says:

    This is really pretty. I love how the green and white are subtle, yet help to hightlight the middle.

  2. 2
    Sandra Davidson says:

    I really love this one ,the design and colours are beautiful. I also love the herringbone quilting !

  3. 3
    Ellie Q says:

    I think this is my favorite! What a neat design!

  4. 4

    […] with her on it – she loves making selections for me! I used an orphan block from this quilt for the flap, and pulled bits and pieces for the body and pockets. It’s just the right size […]

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