Many of you know that the original Euclid quilt was made many moons ago and a picture of it accompanied me to my first ever quilt market (the quilt itself actually accompanied me to the UK this past fall). After I revealed it on the blog, I received many requests for a tutorial or pattern. At the time, I fully intended to do just that but then it slipped away. Fast forward to the Summer of 2013 (a full three years after completing the first quilt) and there was a resurgence of people asking about the pattern.
In the end, I decided to offer Euclid as a free tutorial on my blog and gave the completed quilt to my godmother when she got married in October. Two birds with one stone - woot!
When I was originally thinking about making a second Euclid, I was intending to make it much bigger (which would be super-easy)! I had bought all of this Botany with that idea in mind, so I incorporated a bunch into the backing and used different brown-hued strips for a scrappy-ish binding. There is also one piece of Flora & Fauna (also from Lauren and Jessi Jung for Moda) in the backing since the two lines matched so well.
For: Kim and Mike
Completed: October 03, 2013
The full tutorial can be found here.