What Is a Storm at Sea Quilt?
Who Designed the Storm at Sea Quilt Pattern?
How Do You Make a Storm at Sea Quilt?
How Much Fabric Do You Need for a Storm at Sea Quilt?
I definitely recommend getting a pattern if you are a newbie quilter or don’t like doing the math to figure out how much fabric you need for a given project. It is customary in quilt patterns for the designer to provide fabric requirements for their patterns. Some even list several sizes and their requirements.
15 Storm at Sea Patterns That Are Easy and Breezy
The original design as well as various storm at sea quilt pattern variations are included in this list. Keep in mind that all of the curves in these designs are an optical illusion. To produce these distinctive, “moving” motifs, there will be no curved seams to sew.
1. Robert Kaufman Free Storm at Sea
Robert Kaufman has provided a free PDF pattern file for download. The pattern is a traditional Storm at Sea pattern in a stunning ombre palette of neutrals. This pattern will guide you through making a 65″x80″ quilt.
For combining the Storm at Sea blocks with the Ocean Waves border, this designer is a genius. This quilt is full of movement and fluidity, not to mention the lovely hearts produced with many color changes.
3. Smooth Sailing
Batik fabrics are used in many Storm at Sea quilt patterns, and this quilt top is no exception. If you’re searching for a simple ocean-themed quilt pattern, this is a fantastic option.
4. King of the Blues
If you already have some quilting experience, King of the Blues is a great pattern to try. This design includes five different layouts and demonstrates how to make 120″x120″ king-size quilts.
5. Purple Vortex
This is an AMAZING example of a modern quilt made with a traditional design. This quilt designer added even more contemporary intricacy by stitching in both straight lines and circles.
6. Rainbow Waves
This is a free downloadable pattern that is best suited for intermediate to experienced quilters. This tutorial will show you how to make a quilt top using both paper piecing and traditional piecing techniques.
7. Sunset Storm at Sea
This pattern includes a template for a 15″ square that you can reproduce and use to build any size quilt. The template is a cut-and-paste document that you may use to make your blocks.
8. SewnUpPatterns Storm at Sea Pattern
This five-page pattern demonstrates how to use foundation paper piecing to produce this striking quilt design. The pattern was designed to make a modest 45 12″x45 12″ quilt top, which is ideal for someone who doesn’t want to tackle a large job.
9. Making Waves
This gorgeous quilt pattern is completely free! The finished quilt will be 90″x90″, making it suitable for a twin bed or an oversized throw quilt.
10. The Forever Quilt
With the exception of the wave border, this pattern is very similar to #2 on our list. This pattern comes in two sizes: queen and throw, and is more beginner-friendly.
11. Quilt In a Day Storm at Sea
This design is available for free download or shipping for $2. With incredibly detailed, well-written instructions, this pattern will show you how to make one of these wonderful blocks.
Tsunami is a massive Storm at Sea quilt pattern that imitates the movement of ocean waves. This pattern is available in three sizes, and the designer states that if you require a new size, they will email you an updated pattern.
13. Rainbow Prism Storm at Sea
This rainbow-themed Storm at Sea quilt design is vibrant and warm, and it’s magnificent and breathtaking. The pattern includes instructions for making a 46″x72″ throw quilt.
14. YellowRoseQuiltCo Storm at Sea Pattern
With the Storm at Sea design, there’s another pattern with wave borders. This pattern comes in three different sizes, and all three sizes utilize the same size blocks, so you can easily make a larger or smaller quilt.