Inspired by Andy Warhol’s work with Marilyn Monroe I decided to give the Fat Quarter Shop’s Panda-Monium Mini Quilt pattern a bit of a modern art treatment. I’m a huge fan of Robert Kaufman’s Kona Cottons and so this was the perfect excuse I needed to get in there and have come fun with colour and repetition.
Fat Quarter Shop’s version was so lovely and perfect that I just felt I couldn’t do it justice by doing the same thing, so I decided to go bold. I took my palette from Andy Warhol’s Marilyn’s.
I wasn’t sure it would work, but I decided to just cut all the fabric in one hit and then chain piece it all together and hope for the best.
I was so excited and thrilled when the final seam was done at I could see it all together. I couldn’t help myself and had to call it Pandy Warhol. It’s currently still in a patchwork top form because I’m trying to decide whether to leave it as the 2 x 2 or do more and make it a 5 x 5 grid. Could you imagine!!!
If you’d like to make your own version of the Fat Quarter Shop Panda-Monium Mini Quilt (or big quilt – I just joined the 4 mini’s together) you can find the video on how to make it by clicking here. You can buy a kit of it here. Or you can get the free pattern by clicking here.
Katie of Good Golly Ginger
Karin of Leigh Laurel Studios
Jane of Quilt Jane
Nicole of Modern Handcraft
Nancy of Owen’s Olivia
Melissa of Happy Quilting
Shruti of 13 Woodhouse Road
If you make your own Panda-Monium Mini Quilt be sure to share it on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter with #pandamoniumquilt.
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