Sunspots Quilt Pattern


This quilt, named Sunspots, is designed with my improv paper piecing technique. The blocks were designed improvisationally but they are created using foundation paper piecing.
When I rotated my improv blocks into a larger block with four quadrants, the design resembled a flower. Others see butterfly wings which I can also see and appreciate. Part of what I like about this process is that you don’t know what your design will look like at its inception and it’s interesting to hear what other people see when they look at the shapes.
This quilt design will work for prints or solids in a wide variety of colors.


Finished Quilt Size:

48″ x 72″

Fabric Requirements:

3 1/2 yards Light Peach (Art Gallery Fabrics (AGF) Peach Sherbet)
1 1/4 yards Medium Peach (AGF Blossomed)
2 yards Dark Peach (AGF Miami Sunset)
1 yard Plum (AGF Plum Preserve)

More fabric is recommended if you use prints or are a paper piecing beginner.

binding: 1/2 yard
backing: 4 1/2 yards
batting: 54″ x 78″

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.

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by Amy Friend, During Quiet Time LLC,