Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Weaver Fever

The Weaver Fever pattern by Jackie Robinson is one of the patterns many think looks so complicated, but really goes together very easily.  This  is my second Weaver Fever.  This is the Three-ver version.  The key to the Weaver Fever is fabric harmony and contrast. 

The Queen is a 92" x 112" which is a large Queen. 

I went with an orange to red for the darker weave and light to dark gold tones for the lighter weave.

It all started with the poppy fabric that I used for the border.  It is so bright and happy.

I quilted in a scroll and leaf combination so that the weave pattern would be the focus and not the quilting.   
  If you haven't tried the Weaver Fever by Jackie Robinson.  Don't be afraid.  It is just a strip pieced, 10.5" block (yes the same block) that repeats over the quilt.  
 Thanks for letting me share.


  1. Nice quilt! Especially love the border fabric....goes well. :)

  2. It's gorgeous. Love the color combinations. Now to look for the pattern ...

  3. Fabrics: orange to red color combinations is very nice!