Enjoy This Stunning Quilt for Years to Come

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You’ll be Proud to Call This Special Quilt Your Own!

Just six fabrics are needed to make this gorgeous quilt. The blues and tans selected by the designer are so beautiful, however any color theme will produce a striking quilt.

The intricate design is created from templates (shapes are provided in the pattern to make your own or buy the template set). Consequently, this is not a quick quilt to cut out but the extra time and effort is definitely worth it.

Alaska Quilt Pattern

The fabric line is available here while supplies last.

A second version shows how the quilt will look in colors for Christmas (or spring!).

Alaskan Holiday Quilt

The fabric lines used in the “Alaskan Holiday” version above are available here and here. A time-saving kit with everything pre-cut is available here (all while supplies last).

Whether you use either of the fabric combinations chosen by the designer or give the quilt your own interpretation, once it’s completed you’ll have a special quilt you’ll be proud to call your own.

The finished quilt, designed by Edyta Sitar from Laundry Basket Quilts, is 71.5″ x 71.5″.

Click here to purchase the “Alaska” quilt pattern.

A pattern for the “Alaskan Holiday” version is available here.

 

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