Your finished Colorbrick quilt will measure 52.5" x 67".
Materials you'll want right away:
-10 fat quarters for printed "bricks"
-Neutral solid for sashing & binding. Choose
- 1 ¾ yard of 59” wide linen (available here) OR
- 2 yards of 43/44/45” fabric (such as Kona Cotton or Essex Linen/Cotton)
-Neutral solid for backing. Choose
- 2 yards of 59” wide linen (available here) OR
- 3 yards of 43/44/55” fabric (such as Kona Cotton or Essex Linen/Cotton)
-Rotary Cutter Setup (cutting mat, rotary cuter and quilter's ruler)
-High quality machine-stitching thread, such at Gutermann, Sulky or Metler. Cotton suggested. I used a solid neutral Gutermann thread for the piecing and this golden/yellow variegated Gutermann thread for the quilting.
Materials you'll need by Oct 26th:
-55 x 69” wool or cotton blanket for batting or twin sized purchased batting that allows for quilting up to 10 inches apart.
-Basting pins or Spray Adhesive
-Walking Foot attachment highly recommended. My machine doesn't have a built-in walking foot, so I purchased an attachment that does the job. Without a walking foot, your sewing machine pulls fabric from the bottom only. When you're sewing a thick quilt, this uneven feeding will easily cause puckers and bunching. A walking foot pulls the fabric from the top as well. I promise it will come in handy on countless projects!