A Fun Pattern for Stitching Up in Several Fabric Styles!
Beautiful batik fabrics make a simple little quilt something special. Brilliant batiks were used by the designer but your favorite print styles will be just as charming.
This easy-to-make project will be eye-catching hanging on your wall or used as a table topper. It will stitch together quickly and will make a lovely gift, too.
This easy pattern will be beautiful in other fabrics, too. We can easily imagine it in reproduction prints and vivid modern prints.
This is also a great project to practice your free-motion quilting on. Or, do some simple straight line quilting to finish it up quickly.
The tutorial, by Connie Kresin Campbell of Freemotion by the River, is for a 25 ½” x 25 ½” quilt.
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