The Shoo Fly Quilt Pattern this particular one we are talking about is not mine. A beautiful pattern with soft colors that I particularly liked a lot, but this pattern as I said is not mine and I want to present it to you, because I saw it from the site simplesimonandco.com. From what I understood this site is two people, but unfortunately I can’t see who they are.
Shoo Fly Quilt Pattern
Let’s talk about the pattern, but first again I want to make clear that the 3 images used here belong to the site simplesimonandco.com and in the description has all the credits. We always need to have ideas to make new patterns, sometimes we know what to do we come across the colors.
Shoo-Flay Quilt Pattern made here by simplesimondco.com gave not only the idea to make the pattern, but the colors we can use to do the same. In fact, what we need to make a good blanket is actually the design (pattern) and life (the colors).
The colors are what stand out the most in the pattern you will make, so remember to choose the right fabric, the correct combination of colors of the prints is something you can not let go unnoticed.
he Shoofly Quilt Block is an easy block to sew and it’s been around for a long time. It goes by many other names such as Eight Cornered Box, Fifty Four Forty or Fight, Simplicity, and Hole in the Barn Door. Today I’ll show you the Plain Jane version plus a simple variation that totally changes the look. Let’s get going!
Traditionally, only 2 colors are used in the block – a light for the background and a contrasting color. But I couldn’t leave well enough alone and am going for a light background and 3 coordinating prints.
With these 12-inch quilt block patterns, you can easily mix and match to create stunning original quilt patterns. Probably the most common size of quilt block (and definitely the most preferred of the FaveQuilts audience), the 12-inch size is great because it’s so versatile, and you’ve got plenty of space to show off your clever use of HSTs or fussy cut fabrics.
If you’ve come to this page, we’re guessing it’s because you need something specific. Whatever your spectacular patchwork needs are, we’ve got the block to fill that gap in your next quilt project!
The Shoo Fly quilt block is one of those traditional quilt block names that every quilter knows. Another name that was popular with farmers in the mid- to late-1800s was Hole in the Barn Door. Today, quilters are familiar with traditional quilt block names like Churn Dash quilt block, which look similar to the Shoo Fly block. Patchwork Blues (below) is a beautiful example of what the Shoo Fly can do for a quilt.