Alt Current PDF Quilt Pattern - Download
The Alt Current is made up of patchwork and half square triangles. This quilt pattern was designed for the use of Fat Quarter bundles, so the method used for the HST blocks are two at a time.
Alt Current is the first pattern in the electrical quilt series. Did you know 10 percent of the population has some form of epilepsy? If you don’t know anyone with epilepsy – well now you do. My neurologist describes seizures as a short circuit of the brain, combine that with my career in construction and “alternating current” was a great place to start the electrical quilt series. I’ve been lucky enough to have an extremely manageable case of epilepsy. As a “lucky” member of this population, I feel the need to pay it forward to those that don’t have it as easy as I do. 10% of all profits from the Alt Current Quilt Pattern sales goes to the Epilepsy Foundation.
+++ Pattern includes layouts for baby, throw, twin and full/queen and king sizes.
+++ Pattern assumes that the quilter has basic piecing and quilting knowledge.
+++ Advanced beginner pattern, hello half squares!
+++ No matching seams in this simple quilt
+++ Fabric Requirements listed below
+++ Check out details about the shown quilts in the below blog posts:
+++Quilting by Katie of Modern Textiles using Late Night pantograph. Love the Quilting? Check out our long arm quilting services!
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This pattern is for individual use only. Not for resale. All rights reserved. This pattern may not be copied, emailed, posted online, or otherwise reproduced or distributed. You may sell items made using this pattern based on home production scale but you must give pattern credit to Modern Textiles when listing or selling the final product.
About this Pattern:
+++ This pattern is a PDF download
+++ Printer friendly for 8.5"x11" paper or viewable on any device
+++ As with any downloadable item, be sure to download to your device and backup to the cloud