Liesel Moult’s quilt pattern shows you how to make a wall quilt using improvisational patchwork. Many of the patches are cut freehand, without using rulers, and the piecing is often informal. The process can be a challenge if you’re used to high levels of precision, but the outcomes are wonderfully artistic – and every quilt absolutely unique. Give it a go!
- Full materials list included in the instructions
- Detailed step-by-step instructions illustrated with close-up photos take you through each stage of making this project from cutting the fabrics and piecing the panels through to assembling the quilt, quilting and binding
- Liesel used a stash of Aboriginal print fabrics on a background pieced from solid and shot cottons; any busy print fabrics would work just as well – or try your hand at making this project entirely from solids for a quite different look
- Suitable for intermediate quiltmakers who are interested in trying their hand at ‘improv'