Multiplicity first appeared in the magazine Simply Moderne by Quiltmania. It was inspired by all of the X+ quilts that have been popping up in the past couple of years. I wanted to add some additional units to the idea to make a secondary design where the blocks come together in the corners. It was fun playing with shapes and techniques. I created a strip piecing method for making the unique shapes so that no templates are needed for the 5 sided pieces in the corners of the block. If you can make half square triangles and do sew and flip squares, you can do this!
The pattern includes Throw, Twin, Queen and King sizes. The quilt is made simple of blocks, no sashings or borders! But you could always add them if you want. I am so in love with this quilt and smile every time I see it.
I also custom quilted it on my longarm using a wave shape that I matched to the size of the blocks. I think it gives the quilt a bit of a gentle movement that is fun. I hope you will enjoy stitching this quilt as much as I did.
Enjoy every stitch!