Maple Leaf Flurries is a wall quilt size version of the Indian Summer Pattern! This pattern was created using a simple color palette to accentuate the maple leaf element of the quilt pattern and provide a great introductory pattern using one of Judy’s simpler foundation units! The cutting instructions have been modified from the original Indian Summer to take advantage of 2-1/2″ strips and place all of the templates on fabric facing right-side-up, which has become a standard for Quiltworx. Beginners may find this easier to keep organized and simpler to follow!
Instructions include not only cutting instructions for the colorway shown on the cover, but also provide you with the option of creating a more colorful wall quilt using a varietal pack of 2-1/2″ strips. (24) strips are necessary to create the cover quilt. Remaining strips can be used for the inner border and the binding, if desired! (Yardage will still need to be purchased for the background geese and the outer border to complete the quilt.
Finished Size is 42″ x 42″.
Judy Niemeyer is an international instructor known for her foundation paper piecing techniques and quilt patterns. Her company, Quiltworx, has published over 100 foundation paper pieced quilt patterns over the last 15 years. Her quilts and patterns have become well-known both nationally and internationally among quilters. The patterns include many sewing techniques commonly referred to as foundation paper piecing, traditional piecing, curved piecing, strip piecing, and applique.