If Google sent you here when you came looking for directions to the Seattle Streets Quilt? You actually want my "pictorial tutorial" page. Go here and have fun.
This is the great quilting work of my life. No, I'm not kidding. It's an original quilt I've named "Seattle Streets," because it reminded me of sitting on a high floor of a downtown Seattle office building, looking down at the streets and buildings below. It's an incredibly easy and fast quilt to make -- entirely strip pieced. The pattern is currently available at Niki Roberts' page, "Ufo-rphanage for Quilters."
Since I made this, I've sent the pattern to quilters on five continents, which, to me, is way beyond cool. (If you're in Africa [or, perhaps, a researcher in Antarctica] and download the pattern, let me know!) If you're a quilter, check it out. And if you make one, send me a photo!
Dot's Seattle Streets quilt
My Seattle Streets in Christmas fabrics
Christina's Seattle Streets in brights!
Robin's Seattle Streets with band T-shirts!
Sue's Quilt Pink Seattle Streets with white "leading"