Pipeline Quilt – 90’s Style

Introducing the 90’s Style Pipeline Quilt! I am so pumped with how electric this quilt looks. In the upcoming weeks I’ll show you a softer version that I’ve been keeping under the radar and it is equally cool! Keep reading to learn more about the 90’s style Pipeline Quilt.

Those Solids!

I am in love with how the Moda Bella Solids came together for this Pipeline quilt! I used Parakeet, Chrysanthemum and Electric Lemon for the colors (all which are available in the shop) and were apart of Ben Millett’s curated bundle. The background fabric is Black Kona – and I am pleased with how it turned out!

Binding

For the 90’s Pipeline quilt I wanted to keep the binding subtle. It was already speaking volumes through the color and contrast as well as the added quilting. Instead of going with a wild color, I stuck with Black Kona and I can’t envision this quilt any other way.

Backing

This backing fabric screams of my high school days when I was daydreaming of killing it in a rock band. I snagged the Fat Quarter bundle of Lysa Flower’s Rebel Girl collection from Beehive Craft Studio. I used our Strip Quilt pattern to create the backing and love how it showcases the collection with some extra FQ’s that I threw in.

Quilting

I wanted this quilting to be KILLER! Lucky for me I am apart of the Longarm League and used one of the pantographs I got for free just by being a member. It’s called Gridlock Max from Threaded Quilting studio. I wanted this quilting to be a show stopper and Chrysanthemum thread color made it possible!

If you’d like me to help out adding quilting to your quilt check out my long arm quilting information page to send your quilt in!

I’d love to see you put your own spin on the Pipeline Quilt– be sure to share your quilt on social media with the #PipelineQuilt and #mtsew

Happy Sewing!

Katie, Modern Textiles

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