Semblance Quilt Pattern
This quilt, named Semblance, is designed with my improv paper piecing technique. I think of the expressions “semblance of order” and “semblance of normalcy” and think that they both work. When you look at this quilt quickly, you see order. Your eye is drawn to the repeated circular shapes. But if you pause for a moment, right beneath the surface, there is a second design. There are four on point squares formed by blocks that are sewn with fabrics a few shades lighter. I intentionally chose to use the lighter fabrics to create on point squares that were not complete circles, but rather a quadrant from each circle. I think that this helps draws your eyes to the circular shapes first and those lighter squares second.
Finished Quilt Size:
56″ x 70″
2 yards Light Gray (Art Gallery Fabrics (AGF) Light Gray)
1 1/2 yards Off White (AGF Linen White)
1 yard Dark Red (AGF Weathered Brick)
3/4 yard Rose (AGF Dried Roses)
1 yard Coral (AGF Coral Reef)
3/4 yard Peach (AGF Grapefruit)
1 yard Gold (AGF Empire Yellow)
3/4 yard Soft Yellow (AGF Banana Creme)
More fabric is recommended if you use prints or are a paper piecing beginner.
binding: 5/8 yard
backing: 4 1/2 yards
batting: 62″ x 76″
Pattern includes numbered, colored diagrams as well as full size, mirror image pattern pieces, ready for foundation piecing.
A coloring sheet is included.
Basic paper piecing directions are not included. This pattern is most suitable for the advanced to intermediate foundation paper piecer.
Your pattern is available for immediate download.