Create the Look of Needlepoint in This Striking Quilt

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It Will be Stunning in Whatever Colors You Choose!

This beautiful quilt makes us think of needlepoint embroidery that has been reimagined in patchwork. Squares of solid fabrics are arranged on a dark background to create the eye-catching floral design.

Display it on a wall where it will make a stunning impact. While it’s throw-sized it will also be lovely on a bed spread over a plain bedspread. Or drape it over the sofa for a beautiful burst of color.

Embroidery Flower Quilt Pattern

While the quilt was designed around a particular fabric line, solid fabrics from any designer will work nicely. For best results pay attention to values as you have fun putting together your own color combination.

Embroidery Flower Quilt Pattern

Quilt by Kathy Schwartz from Tamarack Shack.

The quilt is constructed from 2″ squares which make for easy cutting and sewing. The biggest challenge may be ensuring that all the pieces end up in the right spot. It pays to be super organized when cutting and sewing together pieces for this quilt.

Embroidery Flower Quilt Pattern

Quilt by Shane Thomas.

The completed quilt from Tilda’s World is 63 ½” x 81 ½”.

Click here for the free “Embroidery Flower” quilt pattern.

Image source: The quilt at the top of the page is by @laecen.


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