Yes, I liked this pattern so much I made it twice.The quilt shown above is the first version, more or less following the pattern.
I’ve blogged previously about the second version, made when I had the “brilliant” idea that this would be a great Quilt-As-You-Go (QAYG) project. Here it is again:Anyway, I still like both of them and plan to use them when I next teach QAYG.
Here are the stats on the latest one (with the border):
Quilt name: Bauhaus
Pattern by Zen Chic available here
Finished size (with border): 58″ x 58″
Designed by: Brigitte Heitlend of Zen Chic
Made by: me
Have a good week!
It must have been fun hanging the Bauhaus #2 outside your window! I do recognize that side of your house! HA!
QAYG? It’s the back bits that have to be dealt with after everything else is ‘done’ that is the mousetrap for me…just sayin’…
Those blocks did work great as QAYG but, as you say, joining all the blocks was about like usual.
They’re both beautiful, certainly because of your delicious color choices. And what a good way to make them – QAYG. Perfect for your classes. Love the last picture of the quilt hanging out the window. It’s perfect too!
Thanks! I really enjoyed these quilts.
They are both beautiful.
Thank you, Mariss!
The second one is awesome also! I like the no border looks very modern! Love Zen Chic, Brigitte Heitlend is a talented designer!
Thanks Tierney. Yes, I love Zen Chic fabric and Brigitte’s quilt designs, too.
These both are very cool quilts, but I am amazed that you did them QAYG. Like one of your commenters, it’s the dealing with the back bits that put me off this process. But, if they could look like yours, it would be worth the challenge. It took me along time to figure out how you got that photo of the quilt hanging from the side of your house. Very fun!