fractured quilt pattern

Fractured Quilt Pattern

Fractured is a beautiful quilt pattern made with batiks.

Fractured is another beautiful quilt pattern that I am sharing with you today. The colors in this quilt really make me think of Spring and bright colorful flowers!Fractured quilt on a bench pattern

Fractured Quilt Pattern

48″ x 48″

The weather has been beautiful here in Iowa, no snow yet!Fractured quilt on a swing pattern

The quilt is made with the Dotalicious collection from Island Batik and is available to stores from Island Batik or you can contact me.

Fractured is available as a downloadable PDF file in my store. It is also available as a paper pattern, please contact me if interested. stipplequilt at gmail dot com. A paper pattern is also available for wholesale for quilt shops.
Fractured quilt pattern by Connie Kresin Campbell

The quilt pattern uses two different blocks and one of them has a section that is done with either templates (included in the pattern) or by paper piecing with foundation paper.

I use newsprint paper for all of my paper piecing as it is so easy to tear off. In the digital pattern I include one page that can be printed multiple times. In the actual paper pattern I have included enough newsprint pages for the whole quilt.

This is the only block section that is paper pieced.Foundation PaperI always make sure I crease my paper pieced section along the stitching lines. This makes it much easier to fold back and trim your pieces. In the pattern I give the sizes to cut each piece so you will make sure each section is covered.
Trimming the paper piecingThere is nothing better than finishing a section that is perfect!
Fractured paper pieced section

fractured quilt pattern

Fractured Quilt Pattern Cover

Fractured quilt pattern cover

Fractured quilt pattern by Connie Kresin Campbell

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7 Comments

  1. great quilt and pattern (it’s a women of the bible block too- forgot the name) I like how you have your name on the FPP pattern, how did you do that?

  2. Very pretty quilt. I’m way too dyslexic to paper piece so I just admire those things from afar. 😀 The weather here in Msryland persists in being warm. I suppose we’d better prepare for a horrendous January/February.

  3. Connie this quilt is beautiful. The actual blocks look very complex yet your description looks very doable. Great colors in this Island Batik collection..

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