Mid Century Modern Quilt- seeking ideas

One of my fabric buys this month was a layer cake of Botanics by Carolyn Friedlander. Here is what it looks like if you’re not familiar!

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I adore the color palate and the minimal patterns. I really want to make a mid century modern inspired quilt.

I have looked and looked for inspiration, because I’m not really looking to do something original, but I haven’t found much that is what I have in mind.

Some pieces that inspire me are these:

Fabric from Spoonflower

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I’ve sketched out a lot of variations of this grid pattern trying to flesh out what I want.

This quilt from etsy is also similar to what I’m envisioning.

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This quilting is perfect-

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I’ve also thought about going this direction, with the Sundown Quilt from Kitchen Table Quilting

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I’d love to do a triangle quilt (which I’ve done before and loved) and pull the gradient out towards the ends.

Any ideas, internet???

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4 thoughts on “Mid Century Modern Quilt- seeking ideas

  1. I’m less enthusiastic about the triangle quilt. I’d love to see what you could do pulling the three other ideas – etsy quilt, retro fabric from Spoonflower and that awesome quilting – together.

  2. Pingback: Modern Botanics – in progress | Sweet Marie's Sewing Room

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