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Infinite Night Helix Quilt Pattern and a Quilt Along!

Printed Paper Pattern
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15% OFF August 25th to September 13th.
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This pattern would be considered good for an intermediate quilter. It has a lot of blocks and pieces to make and keep sorted.

Aug. 23rd – Grab your pattern & Pick out fabrics!
Sep. 13th – Week 1 – Cut all pieces
Sep. 20th – Week 2 – Make Flying geese & Small Arrow units
Sep. 27th – Week 3 – Make Large Arrow units, Diamond in Square & Diamond in Rectangle units.
Oct. 4th – Week 4 – Make Blocks: (1) A and (2) B
Oct 11th – Week 5 – Make Blocks: (1) of each C, D, E, F, G & H
Oct 18th – Week 6 – Make Blocks: (2) I & 4) J
Oct 25th – Week 7 – Make Blocks: (4) K & (4) L
Nov. 1st – Week 8 – Make Blocks: (2) M & (2) N
Nov. 8th – Week 9 – Finish our quilts!

This schedule goes along with the larger sizes of the quilt pattern. If you would like to make the baby size, you will skip Blocks E thru N and go to Blocks O & P.

Join my Facebook group and post your weekly progress photos
OR post your photos on Instagram with the hashtag #InfiniteNightHelixQAL

I will film weekly video tutorial in the Facebook Quilt Along group and answer any questions you have!


My original design of this quilt did not include that twisted element. It was just a 2-color quilt. When I showed it to my husband and kids, they thought it would be really cool if it had a twisted effect like a double helix. As Cloud would say ‘Mr. DNA’. So, I got working and made the pattern have the twisted element. I love how it turned out!

To give the quilt this twisted element it requires a lot of blocks and pieces to keep organized, that is why I am considering this an intermediate quilt pattern.

I made the original quilt as a graduation gift for my nephew. His favorite color is blue. So, I went with Kona Cotton in: A: White, B: Peacock, C: Canary and D: Prussian.

I quilted this echoing the design at first 1/4 inch from the seams and then I echoed it into the background space about 2-inch sections. I used my Hera Marker to help decided where I wanted my lines to go.

I bound the quilt in the Kona Cotton Peacock.

I hope you love this design as much as I loved making this quilt for my nephew!

Happy Quilting!!

Printed Paper Pattern
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with her grandson!

Printed Paper Pattern
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