Infrastructure Quilt Along - Solids

At fall market last year Benartex expand their solids fabric line and introduced their Super Solids collection!  For the quilt along Christa will be making my Infrastructure using her new Geo Pop collection and I will be making it using Superior Solids.

Infrastructure in Solids

Almost all the colors are a match to the original pattern but the two differ when it comes to some of the greys.  Below is the fabric requirements for the solid version:

Benartex was very generous and sent me the fabric a couple weeks ago.  I haven't started cutting into them yet but they are very soft and a nice texture.  Superior Solids have a tighter weave than Kona and Bella solids and are heavier than AGF solids but not as heavy as Painter Palette solids, I hope that helps.

Superior Solids by Benartex

I've compiled a quilt list of online fabric shops that carry Superior Solids if your local shop doesn't have them.  It's always a good idea to let your local shops know what fabric brands you'd like to see in the shop so it doesn't hurt to ask them to carry Benartex.

The quilt along starts September 9th so there is plenty of time to hunt down the Superior Solids needed for the solids version or is you want to swap out a print or two with a solid.

The pattern is available on both and in both digital and print formats.  There are easy to follow directions full color diagrams and a full size template included in the pattern.  The Infrastructure pattern is also compatible with both the Tri-Recs Tool and Accuquilt's Triangles in Square-4" Finished Square Die # 55409.  Accuquilt is one of the quilt along sponsors and we will be giving away a GO! and the compatible die!


I'm really excited to make the Infrastructure quilt as part of a quilt along and can't wait to see all the fabulous quilts!

"Godly sorrow brings repentance that leads to salvation and leaves no regret, but worldly sorrow brings death. See what this godly sorrow has produced in you: what earnestness, what eagerness to clear yourselves, what indignation, what alarm, what longing, what concern, what readiness to see justice done. At every point you have proved yourselves to be innocent in this matter" 2 Cor 7:10-11