Singularity, January 2017

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Singularity
By Jenn Nevitt

Forth Worth MQG

"This quilt design was inspired by a graphic I saw years ago that looked like a large X in the center of a square. Paired with my love of the half square triangle, I started playing around. Some math, some design work, and voila! I also love that I made this quilt, with all of its nuances, with one half yard bundle, and due to the nature of the ombré fabric, it reads as so many different colors. It definitely took some time on the layout and consulting what I thought was the darker value (thanks black and white photo filter!), but it came together just as I imagined it." — Jenn Nevitt

About the Designer

Jenn learned to sew at a young age from her mother. After college, she was looking for something to fill her down time when she wasn’t at work, and turned back to sewing. While pregnant with her oldest child, she wanted to learn to quilt. It took about two years before she really got the hang of it, but then she never looked back! She discovered quilting blogs and fabric stores and she was hooked. Jenn joined her local MQG and served as Secretary and President, submitted her first quilt to a magazine and started designing.