Liberty Yoyo Coverlet Pattern
Robyn has created this design using a beautiful palette of dusky pinks and yellows, with pops of teal and red to produce a shimmering coverlet of multi faceted diamonds. Constructed entirely by hand, this yoyo coverlet pays homage to a much loved traditional quilt technique – thoughtfully modernised through its clever lay out of contrasting Liberty prints!
With minimal equipment required, yoyos are perfect portable project to keep in your handbag to work on while you are out and about! No batting or quilting is required – these clever little puffs of Liberty goodness do all the work themselves. Constructing yoyos is a fun and interesting technique – you may find they make a great conversation starter, too!
You can read more about the coverlet, including the fabrics Robyn has used and how to construct a yoyo – over on our Yoyo Coverlet Blog Post.
+ 25cm bright yellow print fabric
+ 3.25m yellow print fabric
+ 1.5m green-navy print fabric
+ 20 assorted light and dark pink fabrics x 25cm x WOF
+ 28-weight Aurifil thread (for yoyo construction)
+ 50-weight Aurifil thread (for joining yoyos)
+ Size 10 milliner’s (straw) needle
+ Fabric marker
+ 4.5” yoyo template
+ Basic sewing supplies
Approximately 180cm x 150cm
This pattern booklet includes: written instructions and diagrams
Please note: We tear our Liberty to achieve a line that follows the grain of the fabric - fabric edges may reflect this process.
Pattern by Robyn Shapiro
|Dimensions||15 × 21 × 1 cm|