Flower Power Wall Quilt


Elaine Theriault loves learning new tools and keeping things simple, which almost sounds like an oxymoron. While she’s very comfortable with her Husqvarna Viking Designer EPIC 2 for the piecing and the appliqué, she decided to learn how to cut the appliqué shapes with the Brother Scan N Cut. These can be cut by hand if you don’t have a Scan N Cut. There are numerous ways to construct this wall quilt but for this project she decided to make three small quilts with one flower per quilt and tack them to a quilted base. Remove the tack stitches and switch out the small quilts for something else. If you prefer to make a table runner, piecing the flower blocks right into the sashing will make the project flat, preferable for a table runner. You could make just the flower quilts or add more or fewer blocks to suit your needs. The appliquéd flowers are large, with gentle curves, so the appliqué is FAST and easy. It’s a super easy project and will add a fun splash of colour where you need it.

Designed by Elaine Theriault