The Glitch Quilt-Along is a 10-week sew along hosted by Geeky Bobbin, making the Glitch quilt. This week, we're cutting strips of fabric to make our Glitch quilts.
The Glitch Quilt-Along is a 10-week sew along hosted by Geeky Bobbin, making the Glitch quilt. This week, we're getting all our materials together to make our Glitch quilts.
We're one week away from the beginning of #glitchalong and I feel like the hostess checking over all the table settings before guests arrive! Here are a few housekeeping items to make sure you get the most out of the event! Read carefully!
Glitch Quilt Along Dates: August 19 through October 27 You'll learn how to foundation piece strip sets accurately and efficiently, make the 4 types of blocks, and get those offset seams to line up. I have lots of tips and tricks to share with you along the way!
Progress>Pride is a quilted interpretation of the “Progress” Pride flag design by Daniel Quasar. This beginner friendly pattern includes detailed, full-color diagrams and instructions, so that even a first-time quilter can confidently make a statement to show their pride!
When making flying geese blocks, you have to make a personal choice to prioritize speed, efficiency of materials, or getting it to look exactly the way you want it, but it can be hard (maybe impossible?) to get all three at once. So, which two do you pick?
I recently came across an article about this beautiful design by Daniel Quasar and knew I had to translate it into a quilt. It's a pride flag, redesigned to add representation for marginalized communities. Beyond all the symbolism (more on that below), it's a striking design, which incorporates stripes, black and white, and rainbows. How could I resist??
I love quilty math. And math in general. But I also love efficiency. So when I'm writing up the fabric requirements and finishing instructions for half a dozen quilt sizes and going through the same calculation again and again, my need for efficiency kicks in!
Glitch is a bright, modern quilt inspired by “glitch art,” the serendipitous beauty that is sometimes the result of computer failures. The dynamic, striped 8” blocks come together quickly and accurately thanks to a unique foundation paper strip-piecing method, shown in detailed diagrams.