Tutorial – Lap Size Patchwork Chevron Quilt

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13 Responses

  1. Kate says:

    Very pretty quilts! The one with the darker scraps is my favorite of the two.

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Kate,
      That is my favorite too! I hope to be using this pattern for a friend who want to incorporate some fabric from her mom and dad who have both passed. She is a huge chevron fan . . . so we’ll see. Happy Thanksgiving! ~smile~ Roseanne

  2. Beautiful quilt and easy to follow instructions. I prefer the line quilting on this quilt but if I was the one quilting I would need to go with meandering because I am terrible at straight line quilting. Thanks for the tutorial.

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Peggy,
      I have a terrible time following the exact V lines in a chevron. I need to give myself reference marks so I know where to stop and pivot. ~smile~ Roseanne

  3. Shannon Fleming says:

    I don’t like to make square quilts either! I usually just adjust the pattern and make it longer. I would add another row or two to this one to make it longer.

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Shannon,
      Yup, that is exactly what I would do, too. I don’t care if it cuts off a pattern in the middle. That’s better than being square. HAHA ~smile~ Roseanne

  4. Roseanne, Thank you for sharing your tutorial. It is interesting to me that you have shared a quilt by Jeni Baker. We used to belong to the same quilt group. Once she became famous we seldom saw her. This is a really cute quilt. I think it would make a wonderful twin size quilt using your modifications. You could also adjust the number of blocks to fit what ever size you desire. As far as quilting I much prefer the straight-line quilting. It very nicely compliments the overall pattern. I will have to remember this tutorial for future reference. Hugs 🙂 Cindy

    • Roseanne says:

      Thanks, Cindy! My new favorite block, the HST, is just so darn versatile! My friend, Paty, would like a quilt for her daughter using some special fabric that was her mom’s. I thought this might be perfect for that. ~smile~ Roseanne

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