Tired of squares and 'perfect' patterns? Perhaps you'd like a project with some chaotic/artistic flair, like this beautiful quilt by Caryl Bryer Fallert of Bryerpatch Studio. This design is a visually delightful cacophony and represents the fourth such quilt Caryl has created. She provides an excellent printable pattern with clear instructions for each step. More from Caryl:
"I have always loved traditional log cabin quilts, but wasn’t interested in making one in a traditional way. This quilt was constructed like a traditional log cabin except that none of the blocks are square. Instead of using a rectangular grid I drew lines at various angles so the blocks became quadrilaterals of different sizes and shapes."
Finished Size: 30" x 30" (76.2cm x 76.2cm)
Skill Level: Intermediate
Visit the Website: Bryerpatch Studio
More Free Projects: Free Workshop Patterns
NOTE: Caryl does a wide variety of artistic workshops, and for many of them, she provides a free, downloadable pattern. This project is from one such workshop. For inspiration on the creative process and for some highly artistic quilts, be sure to take a look at Caryl's Gallery pages! She has a huge variety of beautiful quilts she's designed over the years!