Baguette Quilt Pattern
This PDF quilt pattern is called Baguette.
This foundation pieced quilt pattern was inspired by gem stones and their cuts and the way light can reflect off of a clear diamond and create bursts of color. I chose the colors for my gemstones based on the colors I tend to see reflected in my engagement ring; pastel hues and grey. There is a trend in modern quilting fabrics to include touches of metallic. It seems appropriate to include bits of them in a quilt like this since diamond settings provide a touch of gold. Included in this quilt are metallic fabrics from Brambleberry Ridge by Violet Craft for Michael Miller and Shimmer by Jennifer Sampou for Robert Kaufman. This pattern allows for so many design possibilities. It could look fantastic done in bold hues found in emeralds, sapphires and rubies. It lends itself to solids, prints, collections or scrappy equally well.
This Baguette Quilt Pattern was originally published in the Jan. 2015 issue of American Quilter Magazine.
The foundation pattern is at 100% scale, no enlargement necessary.
Techniques: paper piecing
Finished Quilt Size: 60″ x 72″
Background Fabric (BasicGrey Vanilla Grunge): 3 yards
This pattern was designed as a scrap quilt. The following yardage is what would be required from continuous yardage but if you are working scrappy, it’s an approximation of what you will need for scraps in each colorway. Tip: Many pieces of this quilt could be cut from jelly roll strips or leftover binding.
Soft Blue: 1 1/4 yards
Beige: 3/8 yard
Pale Pink: 3/4 yard
Light Grey: 1 3/8 yards
Butter Yellow: 1 5/8 yards
Medium Pink: 3/8 yards
Charcoal Grey: 1/4 yard
Lavender: 7/8 yard
4 1/2 yards
70″ x 82″ piece of batting, I used Warm and Plush from The Warm Company