The Rebekah is a modern quilt pattern which uses precuts of fabric to make a fun, scrambled looking quilt. It's modern design is jelly roll, fat quarter and yardage friendly. The Rebekah is geared toward the beginner quilter or the experienced quilter who wants a low key, fast and fun quilt pattern.
The Rebekah is my new modern, and slightly funky, quilt pattern geared to the beginner quilter. It uses a handful of fat quarters and some background fabric. This pattern is super fast and should probably be called the weekend quilt because you could easily finish a throw size in a weekend.
Mismatched Stars and Stripes is my modern quilt pattern inspired by Independence Day for the United States of American. This pattern uses a traditional quilting star but a modern stripe to complete a non traditional or maybe I should say semi traditional quilt design.
The Rebekah is a modern quilt pattern designed for the beginner quilter. It uses fat quarters and a jelly roll or yardage to create a fun and unexpected design. This modern pattern looks like it requires lots of time sewing small pieces together, but as with many quilts there is a trick to make it come together fast and easy.
All right, I know, another Red Fort of Agra quilt. But seriously guys, this pattern is so fun and easy to make. It's a modern, block based quilt pattern perfect for all those fun fabrics you have lying around. It's especially perfect for any jelly rolls you want to use up, in fact it's my favorite way to make this quilt.