I am obsessed with voile. For those of you that aren’t familiar, it’s a finer thinner weave of cotton. It’s kind of similar to Liberty lawn. And it makes the softest most amazing quilts. They’re perfect for summer or when you want to know what it’s like to hug a cloud.
Seriously. Hugging a cloud. Every time the chihuahua gets a chance, he swipes my quilt. Because voile is a finer weave and a bit less durable than quilters’ cotton, this pattern includes directions for only a Throw size.
This pattern is a mod twist on a traditional string pattern. The pattern includes tips for drafting your pattern or you can copy the included one. It’s scrapalicious. Special thanks to my sweet friends for letting me borrow their amazing farm view for the cover shot!
Also, a giant thanks to Sheri Collette of Maxine & Me for her awesome quilting! Voile is difficult to baste so Sheri quilted this. She did a largish version of a pretty swirly panto and it’s perfect. She’s the bomb!!