Yesterday we made all our drunkard path blocks and are now ready to assemble the quilted wall hanging.
Following the diagram, assemble the blocks into rows and sew the blocks into rows. This part always feels like putting together a puzzle. Press. Sew the rows together.
From the remaining pebble fabric, cut 1½” strips of fabric. Cut two 24½” pieces and sew to the top and bottom. Piece the remaining strips as needed and sew to the sides. Press.
Quilt and bind. I chose to quilt an easy free motion design in the blue sections and petal shapes in the earthy sections.
Enjoy your quilted wall hanging, and keep in mind, it would make a fabulous bed or table runner too. I’m imagining this runner at a lake or beach house or cottage and sewing accessories to match!
This is part 3 of 5 in this series.
Go back to part 2: Use this 1 simple trick for perfect curved piecing every time
Go to part 4: Making a fractured landscape quilt using a simple piecing method
very cute…it reminds me of a traffic signal
This is really neat, one of my goals this year is to learn to do curved piecing!
I love how you quilted this. It is so cute!
I am enjoying this series!! thank you!
This fabric could inspire anyone to be creative!
What a great way to use that pebble fabric. I have some and was going to use it in a quilt featuring a castle, but decided I’d like the visual impact better if I used grey fabric and FMQ’ed my own rocks.
Like the quilt pieces but i really like the stone patterned fabric.
I have always liked Drunkard’s Path; but, am still too scared to make one.