Love Machine - Pattern/Kit

$ 12.00

Build your piecing skills and fall in love with quilting all over again! The fun and simple Love Machine pattern is packed full of skill-building blocks like the flying geese, half-square triangles and quarter-square triangles. Cristy's tried and true cutting and sewing system, including glue-basting for accurate points, will empower you and take your piecing and precision to new levels. Bulky seams are a thing of the past when you learn the secrets of spinning your seams to create a beautiful quilt that is as beautiful on the back as it is on the front.

Printed or PDF pattern available. Multiple quilt sizes included!!
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Make your quilt from your favorite V & Co. Ombre collection!

Quilt Kit Includes (makes Full Size 70"x86", or smaller): 
• Pattern
• 15 - V and Co. Ombre fat quarters: Magenta, Hot Pink, Popsicle Pink, Persimmon, Coral, Honey, Mustard, Avocado, Lime Green, Teal, Lagoon, Turquoise, Indigo, Aubergine, and Plum

Quilt Kit optional add-ons: 
• 1/2 yd Turquoise ombre for the binding
3 yds Off White Bella Solids for the background
• 2 yds Turquoise 108" Wide Ombre Confetti Backing Fabric

Background, backing, and binding fabric are available as add-ons. For the cover quilt, you'll need 3 yards of background fabric, 4 yards of backing (or 2 yds of 108" wide backing, and 1/2 yard of binding fabric. I used Snow by Art Gallery Fabrics for the background.

Recommended Supplies:
Fons & Porter - Half & Quarter Square Ruler
Bloc_Loc HST Ruler
Bloc_Loc Flying Geese Ruler
MicroFine Glue Tips

The Story of Love Machine:
My son Aaron loves to create origami. Quite a lot of origami that he makes for me looks like a quilt block waiting to be made. One day, he made a special heart for me and immediately I knew that I needed to make it into a quilt block. As I was designing the quilt, I wasn't sure what the name would be. I was looking through some of Aaron's papers from preschool, probably feeling nostalgic because he's growing up so fast, and I came across a little project called "My Special Quilt". Aaron wrote on his project that his quilt has a "Love Machine" and I knew that needed to be the name of the quilt inspired by my son and his creativity.

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