Tassel Quilt Pattern

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I think you are going to love this quilt pattern! It may look difficult but the Tassel quilt is actually made with one simple quilt block. Everyone knows I like fast and easy quilt patterns!

Tassel quilt pattern on ladder

Tassel is a quilt pattern that I designed for Island Batik using their Soil & Seeds batik collection.

I actually made this quilt last spring and sent it to Island Batik. I am embarrassed to say that I forgot all about it (my bad). Here it is hanging from the deck rail of our river house.

I just received an order for patterns from Island Batik and that is when I realized that I had never added this pattern to my shop or website.

Tassel quilt hanging on deck rail

Oh my gosh, I was getting photos for this post and look at this! My big, beautiful cutting table in my big quilt studio!

I didn’t realize how spoilt I was with my studio. I have no desire to layout a large quilt on the floor now as I have no space in my “temporary” studio.

My old knees just can’t take getting up from the floor anymore. Notice I said getting up……getting down isn’t a problem.

Tassel quilt top on cutting table

Builder Bob was sweet enough to hold the quilt up by the river. Isn’t it a beautiful quilt!

quilt hung up by the river

If you are new to my website then you should know that I really like to create fast and easy quilt patterns.

48 x 68

Tassel is made up of 6 blocks that use a combination of flying geese and half square triangle sections. You can see the blocks in the photo below.

This would also be so neat in Christmas colors, let me know if you would like to see that. The flying geese would look like trees!

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Tassel quilt pattern cover

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Tassel quilt pattern
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  1. Yes, please! I would love to see this one in Christmas colors! It is beautiful.

  2. Love this quilt. I definitely want to make this one. Thanks for sharing your patterns.

  3. Love this quilt. Does the pattern have accuquilt die recommendations? I can’t cut much anymore due to physical limitations.

  4. Nice Quilt Connie, thanks for sharing.

  5. Connie this Tassel Quilt is gorgeous! I love your idea of Christmas Reds and Greens too. Your designs are amazing. Thank you for sharing so generously. You will have your wonderful studio and giant table soon.

  6. That’s a really cute quilt, Connie, and I love the colors.

  7. His one is just gorgeous. The colors and fabrics really call my name. I’m sure that seeing your old studio is bittersweet. Hopefully, you will have a new one soon.

  8. Karin Callander says:

    I really like this one Connie. Odd, cuz I’m not generally a fan of brown, but this one really shines. I guess it’s the high contrast makes it so pretty? Absolutely LOVE the photo of BB holding it up, with the line of trees reflecting in the water. Yeah, you had some studio… We always knew that, even if you didn’t, lol. You would not be happy in my RV, for sure! My table is not even big enough for two standard placemats across from each other. I guess I should have measured before I put the bindings on! Oops. But, I manage somehow. The really hard part is actually getting the machine out of the rear closet and set up on said table. It’s heavy, really heavy and I have a serger taking the rest of the closet floor, so couldn’t fit a little one in too. Still consider myself lucky tho, get to sew and travel.

  9. Gloria Jacobs says:

    Hi Connie, good to hear from you. Your quilts are beautiful. I think I could spend a life time in your sewing room. Could I make Tassel larger by making more blocks? Maybe by 2 more blocks each way.

  10. What a beautiful quilt!!! Your patterns are always so inspiring!!!

  11. peacemeal says:

    Oh this is really beautiful! I love how you used the batik and still honored their uniqueness with big pieces. The border is really fun!
    Forgetting this quilt? Never, and it looks at home at the shore. Thanks for doing these wonderful inspiring patterns.

  12. Susan the Farm Quilter says:

    Beautiful quilt!!! I can’t believe you forgot all about it!!