Basic Skills Necessary:
simple sewing skills
basic paper piecing skills
Constant Flux is an easy, very beginner-friendly, and diverse pattern. There are no tricky angles, odd shapes, or difficult joins, yet the design options are boundless. The mini quilt consists of four 12" blocks, finishing at 24", but it's easy to make a quilt of any size by simply making more blocks!
The pattern includes printable tools to help you include fussy cutting in your design, as well as clear assembly instructions and a coloring page to help you plan your project.
This pattern does not contain basic paper piecing instructions, but you can find a tutorial with instructions on my blog at http://nightquilter.com/2014/06/03/tutorial-basic-foundation-paper-piecing/
Enjoy! I can't wait to see what you create!! Please tag me @nightquilter on social media when you post photos of your #constantfluxquilt creations.
Sizing / Finished Measurements:
each block is 12" square finished
mini quilt is 24" square finished
yardage background fabric (3/4 yard approx)
fat quarters or scraps for each colored aspect of the pattern
iron and ironing surface
rotary cutter and mat or sharp scissors
ruler (including 1/4" measure)
printer (or other) paper on which to print the pattern
card stock for printing the fussy cutting templates (optional)
thread (I love 50wt Aurifil)
You Will Also Need:
shorten stitch length to 1.2