Introducing One Way! March 07 2016, 1 Comment

One Way is one of our newer patterns that we released at Fall Quilt Market in Houston. (Yes, I am just getting around to blogging about it! Sorry!) This modern arrow design was inspired by a wall mural in Japan. We loved the simplicity of the design and immediately wanted to make it into a quilt! 

Low Volume One Way Quilt

One Way is the perfect quilt for gals and guys! There are so many options - make it scrappy or pick a color scheme and add a "rogue" arrow for an extra pop! The pattern includes 3 different sizes: Venti (80" x 94"), Grande (64" x 76") and Tall (48" x 60").

Low Volume One Way Quilt

For the cover quilt, we used assorted low volume prints for the arrows and a navy solid for the background. We threw one orange block in there to mix things up and add a pop of color. 

Low Volume One Way Quilt

The quilting on this quilt is absolutely perfect. Kristy quilted horizontal wavy lines across the quilt in a light thread. We bound the quilt in a perfectly colored ticker-tape stripe fabric. The backing we chose is black and white print with words. 

Low Volume One Way Quilt

We took some outdoor photos of this quilt while we were out walking some of our pups, so, of course they decided to pose perfectly. Here is a great shot with the quilt and mountains in the background.

Low Volume One Way Quilt

And then of course when I was snapping some closeup photos inside, little Miss Elsie decided she would park it directly on the quilt. I think she secretly knew she would blend in with the low volume arrows!

Low Volume One Way Quilt

Low Volume One Way Quilt

Quick Quilt Stats:

    • Made by: Shayla Wolf
    • Quilted by: Kristy Wolf
    • Pattern: One Way
    • Fabric: Assorted low volume and a navy solid 
    • Finished Size: Grande - 64" x 76"
    • Techniques: Good ole fashion sewing

Low Volume One Way Quilt

The One Way pattern is available in PDF and paper form. Stay tuned for a couple more One Way quilts this week! 

If you make this or any other Sassafras Lane project, we would love to see it! Send us photos or post them to our Flickr group