Beautiful Birds Make a Lovely and Lighthearted Quilt

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Use the Blocks in Other Projects As Well!

Darling little birds flutter across the surface of this beautiful quilt, making it perfect for bird and nature lovers. The lighthearted fabrics make it a quilt just about anyone will enjoy.

The bird blocks are created with simple traditional piecing, not paper piecing as one might expect. We can easily imagine the blocks used in other projects, as well.

Feathers Quilt Pattern

They’d be charming in a tote bag, as part of a wall quilt or table mat, and even as a darling baby quilt. You may have other creative ideas for using this lovely block, too.

Feathers Quilt Pattern

The blocks above are from Sisterschoice Quilts.

Feathers Quilt Pattern

Choose a variety of coordinating prints from a beautiful fabric line. Light, cheerful fabrics are perfect or consider a combination of reds for a Christmas quilt or blue birds for summer.

Feathers Quilt Pattern

Photo found on Pinterest.

Feathers Quilt Pattern

Blocks made into pillow covers. They could also be mini quilts. From Sally Anne Quilts.

Feathers Quilt Pattern

Designer’s photo from Instagram.

Feathers Quilt Pattern

The finished quilt, designed by Margot Languedoc from The Pattern Basket, is 60 1/2″ by 70″.

Click here to purchase the “Feathers” quilt pattern.


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