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Introducing the Piccolo Prism Quilt Pattern

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So tonight is the night! I have been sharing peeks of my Piccolo Prism quilt for a while now on Instagram and Facebook and today the stars finally aligned and I was able to get her finished. Part of the delay was a massive confidence issue on my part, switching over to patterns is a big leap and one I have not taken lightly. While I am learning the ropes I feel like I am living with the constant internal struggle that I may not be good enough at this. Possibly not the thing you want to read, or I should admit, when I am about to try to sell you all a pattern but there is a really positive side to this – I work super super hard on them. I over think it all from every angle, stress, worry, stall and then finally I have something I am confident I will buy, read and understand. I am aiming my quilt patterns at anyone who wants to make a quilt – it isn’t about being the most perfect quilter in the world who can piece perfectly because that has never been my platform. It has always been about making fabric shine, having a touch of quirky detail, being easy and fast to sew but not losing visual impact. They are the sort of quilts I like to make and I really hope you guys do too.

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Piccolo Prism is the perfect quick sew quilt. Even as a beginner you should be able to piece this in a weekend. There is a bit of concentration required to be able to create that secondary pattern but so long as you follow the steps it is quickly achievable. To make it even more foolproof I have included 2 colouring pages you can print and use to design your own before you start in order to ensure the process is correct. The quilt only uses 2 simple blocks – a square and a traditional hourglass – the trick is simply in how you assemble them to get the pattern.
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You may recognise the same pattern in the Taking Flight quilt kit I did for Amanda Brandl -that it is because it is just in a more generic form. Also this quilt is slightly smaller at 60″ x 60″ (150 x 150cm) square and designed to fit more neatly on a half yard bundle. I loved the pattern so much I wanted to create a more generic version of it that you could use with your favourite fabrics too. And you probably recognise the location now too –
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For this version of the quilt I used the Wild Bloom range by Bari J – I loved the bright happy colours and there were so many beautiful prints to choose from for those feature squares, it was the perfect fit in the end and I am glad I went with my gut and chose a vivid, fun range to work with.

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Are you a member of my Facebook pattern group yet? We are currently a very small bunch but oh so friendly. Tonight to celebrate the release of this pattern I will be giving away two copies of both this and my Kaleidoscope pattern – so now is the perfect time to come over and say hi and make sure you comment on the post with the pattern cover.

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You can follow the progress of this pattern on Instagram with the hashtag #piccoloprismquilt – I will be checking it regularly too to find completed tops to share.

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And I have decided to list the actual quilt used in this photos for sale. Why? Well I have so many quilts here not getting the daily love the deserve, this one deserves a home of its own to sit prettily in. You can find more details here.

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And last but not least of course the link to the pattern is right here. I am so looking forward to seeing everyone’s spin on it. Here is a photo of my lovely tester Joanne’s version – she went for a way more subtle look and it is just lovely especially with the pop of yellow and all those amazing fussy cut tigers.

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Until next time. Happy shopping, happy fabric selecting and happy quilting.

Sarah x

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