About this Quilt
A quilt that is worth a thousand words. Elaine’s minimalist, modern design perfectly suits the typesetting prints she chose to make it. Eagle-eyed readers will notice that we’ve eliminated a few unnecessary seams in the blocks to make construction more streamlined. The directional prints in the quilt are all oriented consistently throughout, so look for special cutting notes in the Cut list. The Typewriter print E’s are fussy cut to show off the print. If you do not want to fussy cut these squares, you can get by with just a fat ⅛ for this print, or even assorted fabric scraps if you prefer. A fat ⅛ is a 9˝ x 20˝ cut of fabric.
Elaine used two different cream texture fabrics in the background, placed randomly. Our instructions provide yardage and cutting requirements for a single cream texture for the background, for simplicity’s sake. If you’d like to use two fabrics too, you’ll need 1½ yards of each fabric. Cut the total number of patches required from both as desired.
Quilt Designed & Made by: Elaine Theriault (CrazyQuilterOnABike.blogspot.com)
Finished Quilt Size: 58 ½˝ x 71 ½˝
Number of Blocks & Finished Size: 1 Block X 19 ½˝ x 19 ½˝, 1 Block Y 19 ½˝ x 19 ½˝, 1 Block Z 19 ½˝ x 19 ½˝
Fabrics: Fabrics in the quilt shown are from the Letterpress collection by Deborah Edwards for Northcott Fabrics.