Friday, September 16, 2011

Mosiac Madness

Tails Quilt, made for Gareth
Tails, 74" x 94", made by Jennifer Ofenstein. Read more about this quilt.

So far, Fandom In Stitches has primarily offered paper pieced patterns. There's a very simple reason for that. Most of our designers met through Harry Potter Paper Piecing.

As mentioned in this post, we would loooove to expand our pattern collection to include other techniques! One of the most obvious choices for this would be mosaic quilts. Old school video games are awesome for this; they come pre-pixelated!

Do you have a mosaic chart or tutorial you'd like to share here on Fandom In Stitches? Read all about being a Fandom In Stitches Designer!

Until we have mosaic charts to offer you here on FiS, please 
enjoy this sampling of quilts from the flickr group Fandom Quilts:

  Minecraft Quilt Top!
Minecraft Quilt Top by Mrs. Carla

  R2D2 - All pieced and ready to quilt!
R2D2, 9" x 11", by sewtobed

Pacman Quilt
Pacman Quilt, by silkaphyllis

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Sonic by reyna_isis

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Legend of Zelda quilt by reyna_isis

zelda quilt
Zelda Quilt by fralite

Finished Mario Quilt
Mario Quilt by athenamat, with chart
Super Mario Quilt and matching pillow
Super Mario Quilt and Matching Pillow by jeepgirl9700

Megaman Quilt
Megaman Quilt by willquiltforgames

the next level
The Next Level by jefka

Do you want video game patterns? We've got 'em! Our collection is small but growing!

Have you made cool fandom stuff from FiS patterns? Post photos in our Flickr Group and you might see them here on Fandom In Stitches!






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4 comments:

  1. These are fabulous quilts and how fun!

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  2. I thought it would be fun to post something a little different. Maybe soon we'll do something on t-shirt quilts. I know a fabulous Star Trek quilt that should definitely be featured!

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  3. These bring me back!! I can remember playing "Pong" although i don't think that would look half as good in a quilt as these quilts do!

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  4. Pong would be rather stark and modern looking, could make an interesting quilt, but definitely not as colorful or fun!

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