Hi! You are probably looking for my infamous black, white & green (Paradigm Shift) quilt or you’ve pinned it in the past (Thank you for that!). This was the very first quilt I made for my blog back in 2013 and I used a pattern that was published in America Makes Fast Quilts. If you are really wanting that pattern you can click on the link and buy a copy of the magazine just like I did. If you’ve followed me for awhile you know I was asked to pull the previous post by the author. I won’t go into the details because who needs to relive the past? Instead, why not make a new and improved version? So, without further ado, here it is! (Finally!!)
This version is similar to the original but I just gave it my own spin, using a different method and measurements to get essentially the same pattern. The blocks do end up a little smaller, but can I just say, I think I love this new version WAY more! In the true spirit of the studio we’re using precuts, yep precuts! The original had you cutting individual squares and stripes out of yardage so I thought, why not use a Jelly Roll or 2.5″ strips? So, that’s what we’re going to do and trust me when I say it’s way faster.
Here’s the only minor hiccup. In order to get the look of my original quilt you’ll want to pick a jelly roll with fewer color lines and more repeats. The one I’m using is Cotton + Steel’s Pixie Strips Basics Roll in navy. They also have a berry one that is to die for. I’ve added some rolls from my Shoppe that I think would be great for this at the bottom of the post if you’d like inspiration. Just make sure the roll you choose says 3 or more of the same color-way per roll. Or, by all means you can make it your own and throw caution to the wind!
This is long overdue so what do ya say, let’s get started!