30’s Colors and Prints Make This Quilt Special |
Easily Reduce the Size to a Table Topper or Wall Quilt!
A lovely yellow and white background teamed with bright 30’s style prints makes a gorgeous quilt. We love the soft colors and the nostalgic feel of this quilt!
Simple piecing forms the background for the applique flowers. Instructions are given for turned applique to hand or machine stitch. You can easily convert the pattern to fusible by omitting the seam allowance around each shape.
The finished quilt by designer Linda Hohag of Brandy Wine Design is 88 1⁄2″ × 104″. Make a smaller quilt by using fewer blocks.
This would be a lovely table topper, lap quilt or wall quilt, too. Reduce the pattern down to one applique block surrounded by yellow and white blocks for a small quilt that showcases the applique flowers.
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