Journey to the stars with Tula Pink's Nebula! The Nebula Block-of-the-Month programme will allow you to create this kaleidoscopic quilt centre set against a beautiful, radiating background in pastel tones. The quilt uses two rulers, the Hex N More and the Super Sidekick ruler to create 9 unique blocks, each used twice in the quilt centre.. The strip piecing method used with these rulers means there are no tricky Y-seams to deal with. Purchase of the rulers is not essential as paper templates are included within the pattern.
78 fabrics are used to complete the quilt centre. A further six fabrics are used to make the background setting blocks.
The Block-of-the-Month programme begins in February 2021 with two further instalments in March and June. The first instalment includes the complete pattern plus fabrics for blocks 1 - 4 (plus optional rulers). The March package includes fabrics for blocks 5 - 9 and then the background and binding fabrics (plus optional backing fabric) follow in June.
There are 3 size options: Large Lap (78" x 90"), Queen (97" x 96") and King (111" x 108"). Sufficient fabrics are included for the Lap and Queen (extra background fabrics will be left over if you make the smaller Lap quilt). If you want to make the King size you will need to purchase the King Upgrade package.
Tula Pink Nebula Options
Below are a number of options for the Nebula Block of the Month by Tula Pink.
Nebula Linework Quilt Back
The backing requirements for the Nebula Block-of-the-Month depend on the quilt size you intend to make. As you might not decide on this until after you have completed the centre blocks this pre-order will remain available until 30th April 2021. Pre-orders for the Nebula Quilt will be despatched in June 2021 with the final Block-of-the-Month instalment.
If you are making the Lap Quilt (78" x 90") order a minimum of 9 units (2.25m)
If you are making the Queen Quilt (97" x 96") order a minimum of 11 units (2.75m)
If you are making the King Quilt (111" x 108") you will have to get creative! The Kings smallest dimension (108") is the same width as the quilt back fabric. In theory you will need a minimum of two drops (6m), depending on how you are quilting it which is an expensive option. Other options include stitching another strip or strips to a single drop of the backing or you could order 3 drops (9m) of this design in the regular 42" wide patchwork weight (8523-22) which is a less expensive option.