Listed is my quilt pattern from Little Louise Designs called Iphigene's Walk! I designed this quilt with the new Central Park line of fabric by Kate Spain for Moda.
Let me explain the inspiration for the name of this quilt. I grew up in New York City and spent a great deal of my youth in Central Park. This fabric line made me feel very nostalgic and got me thinking about all the beautiful paths in the Park. Iphigene's Walk is one such path dedicated to Iphigene Ochs Sulzberger in 1987. She was a preservationist for the Park from 1934 to 1950. I thought she deserved to have the quilt named for her! The Sulzberger family owns the NY Times and her grandson, Arthur is the current publisher.
This quilt is super easy to make using only one Jelly Roll and one Background Fabric. The quilt measures 72" x 72". You could easily make it bigger by adding an additional border. Any style of fabric to suit your decor would work with this pattern. The blocks are quite large (15.75") which makes this quilt go together in a flash! It is set on point which leaves plenty of room to show off your beautiful quilting in the setting triangles!
The directions are fully illustrated and are easy to follow. This is a great beginner project and gratifying to the seasoned quilter!
The second photo is the patterns back cover and shows the materials list.
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All rights reserved. This pattern is not to be copied or reproduced without written consent from the designer, Jude Spero. Works from the patterns may be sold as long as credit for the design is given to Little Louise Designs.