Swordfish was designed by Judy and Bradley Niemeyer. It includes six sections referred to as Groups J, K, L, B, C, and D, and these group sizes have been standardized so that you can use interchangeable blocks in each space.
If you want to experiment and mix and match the pieces included here with those from other designs, Quiltster is the perfect tool for you to make a quilt completely your own. Likewise, you can use many of the groups in this pattern to make other layouts as well. Explore each of these layouts to learn new ways to incorporate these blocks into future projects as well!
We also have free online videos that demonstrate how to make the blocks in this quilt. We don’t have all of the videos finished for every block, but these will get you started, and will give you a good foundation for how to do the other blocks too!
This pattern is available in Quiltster! This means you can color the quilt with your favorite fabric collections in Quiltster before you make it. Quiltster will even provide you with yardage! You can also purchase kits designed by Quiltster Sellers right in the application!
Click on the Project button to access the pattern templates and begin coloring with fabrics uploaded from your stash and/or fabric collections from across the industry! A Quiltster account is required to use the coloring tool. If you do not have a Quiltster account already, you will need to subscribe and log in before these links will work. Subscriptions can be obtained by going to http://www.quiltster.com, click on Subscribe!
If you’d like to purchase a kit from a Quiltster Seller, click the Marketplace button! A subscription is not needed in Quiltster to purchase a kit through the Marketplace.
Click below for a downloadable .PDF of various kitting handouts!
Pattern Size: 99″ x 99″
Pattern Includes: Instructions, Cover Sheet, Yardage Information, Foundation Papers
Sorry, there are no classes scheduled for Swordfish at this time.