Today we are introducing our newest pattern, the Theory of Refraction Quilt. This quilt was designed for Audrey’s husband as a birthday present, although the actual quilt wasn’t finished for a few months later. We ended up sewing two versions of this quilt, as we like to test out our patterns thoroughly before release. This version was done with Camelot’s Peacock Garden line:
The Theory of Refraction Quilt is a color play of light, angle, and value contrast. Imagine seeing a traditional strip quilt, as viewed through a prism. The straight lines are broken and shifted to reveal diagonal faceted lines and an offset diamond. The square border finishes and stabilizes the pattern. Finished size is 72″ x 88″. Here’s the original, done with Flyboy and Enchant fabric:
This pattern is a bit more involved than some of our other quilt patterns, so we’ve given it a rating of Intermediate. Fabric requirements and other pattern details can be found on the Theory of Refraction Quilt Pattern page. We love how this one turned out! As always we would love to hear what you think and see what you can do with our patterns! Join us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest to stay connected.
-Diane & Audrey