Creative Color Produces a Stunning Quilt

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Any Palette is Wonderful in This Quilt!

A beautiful combination of blue, tan and white makes an eye-catching quilt that’s sure to get everyone’s attention. It’s a wonderful example of how thinking outside of the box when selecting colors and fabrics can pay off with stunning results.

We’ve seen several “Swoon” quilts, but this one may be our favorite. This popular group of patterns is great in any color combination and there are plenty of examples to enjoy. You’ll find several of this version here.

Swoon Sixteen Quilt Pattern

This quilt, made by Audrey and Diane from The Cloth Parcel, was made using the “Swoon Sixteen” pattern. Learn more about it here.

Swoon Sixteen Quilt Pattern

Patterned after the original “Swoon” quilt by the same designer (with nine 24″ blocks), the “Swoon Sixteen” has 16″ blocks and uses 16 fat quarters.

Swoon Sixteen Quilt Pattern

“Swoon Sixteen” quilt by Jessica Bullock. Found on Pinterest.

One 16″ block will make a lovely table or wall quilt.

Swoon Sixteen Quilt Pattern

Mini quilt by Camille Roskelley.

Or combine three or four blocks for a pretty runner.

Swoon Sixteen Quilt Pattern

Runner by Susan.

The finished quilt, designed by Camille Roskelley from Thimble Blossoms is 74” x 74”.

Click here to purchase the “Sweet Sixteen” quilt pattern.


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