This quilt came from the book Honoring The Seasons: Quilts From Japan’s Quilt House Yama, by Takako Onoyama. It began by taking a class at The Country Quilter in Somers. It is supposed to be half the size you see here and intended to be a very large wall hanging or for a futon. My husband loved it and asked me to double it and make it a king size to use as a bedspread. It was really complicated and time-consuming, but I did it!!
This quilt is called “One Patch,” and came from Sew Simple Quilts, Book 1, by Jane Davila. This was a commissioned project and was intended to for a newborn baby as a gift. The beauty of this pattern was that the parents didn’t want to know what the sex of the baby until the birth of their child. So the fabrics we chose we gender neutral, and worked out really well.
This pattern is called ” Harmony Square,” and came from 101 Fabulous Rotary-Cut Quilts by Judy Hopkins & Nancy J. Martin. It was a commissioned project and made in queen size.