Improvisational piecing never looked so easy with Michelle Long’s Newspaper Roses quilt pattern. Create colourful roses using improvisational piecing and finish with newspaper print fabrics or other low-volume print fabrics to make your colourful roses stand out.
- You’ll only need eight fat quarters of fabric for your roses and 12 fat quarters of newspaper or low-volume background fabrics
- Detailed diagrams show you how to create your roses by improv piecing random fabric strips in a circular direction to create the look of rose petals
- Don’t worry about accurate cutting — the random nature of cutting your fabrics is half the fun of this quilt project
- Use bright, solid fabrics for your roses to make them stand out
- Step-by-step instructions guide you through cutting your fabrics, creating your roses, joining your background fabrics, joining your finished blocks and completing your quilt
- A fun, improvisational project for an adventurous beginner quilter looking to try something new