The Luminosity Collection – pojagi style window coverings

three pojagi panels with title "The Luminosity Collection"
three pojagi panels with title "The Luminosity Collection"

I’m super excited about this new pattern release. Actually it’s a collection of patterns called the Luminosity Collection.

They shine like stained glass when the sun shines through them in a window. Made with Pojagi-style seams, they are totally reversible. Batik fabrics in vibrant colours make unique modern window coverings.


The first in the collection, Gleam, is made with strips of batik fabric in colours and neutrals. Using the “loop and snip” method makes construction simple and straightforward.

patchwork panel with strips of red, blue and yellow

If you’ve never tried a Pojagi-style seam, this would be an excellent first project.  

The sample shows three different colours – red, blue and yellow, but it would look nice in any colour combination. You could use only one colour or up to five different colours.

The pattern is available in my shop or at Etsy.


Glimmer is the second in the collection, and it is made with batik fat quarters. It looks great in any two colours or a colour and a neutral.

blue and yellow patchwork window covering

It has a similar construction technique to “Gleam” but with more pieces.  

It is available in my shop or at Etsy.


The third in the collection, Glow, is most people’s favourite. Made with ten different colours, it really does glow like a rainbow after a storm.

pojagi window hanging in a rainbow of colour

The construction of this piece is slightly more difficult than “Gleam” and “Glimmer” but a confident beginner could do it as long as each step is followed carefully.

If you want to match a particular colour scheme, you can always use fewer colours. It would look beautiful even if only one colour was used.

It is also available in my shop or at Etsy.

When you make any of these, please share the pictures #luminositycollection or #epidastudio.  Enjoy!

Elizabeth DeCroos - Epida Studio.

Elizabeth DeCroos

Elizabeth DeCroos is the designer and teacher at Epida Studio. She loves to work in quilting, pojagi and embroidery and teach these techniques to others.
Learn more and get her to speak to your group.

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