Black Adds Punch to Classic Quilt Colors
November 3, 2017 |
| Quilt Ideas
Use This Tactic With Other Colors, Too!
Traditional blue, white and golden yellow are updated with black accents in this lovely quilt. The black contrasts make the other colors pop and strengthen the overall personality of the quilt. It’s a beautiful combination.
Of course, this gorgeous design will be wonderful in other colors as well. For example, red, white, mint green and soft black will make a lovely Christmas quilt.
Pieced squares and Flying Geese units make the blocks fairly simple to construct. Make four Flying Geese units at a time using this method to speed the process.
The finished quilt, designed by Marianne Fons, is 63″ x 78″.
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