This Fresh Take on a Classic Quilt Glows with Color
September 17, 2016 |
| Quilt Ideas
Simplified Construction Makes This Stitch Together More Quickly!
Marbled jewel-toned fabrics give a fresh look to this classic quilt pattern. Batiks will be lovely too, as will just about any fabric style. The piano key border is a wonderful finishing touch.
This is a great pattern for making your own. Black star points give the quilt zing and make the other colors pop. Imagine it made up with your favorite color substituting for the black. Creative color selection will produce a striking quilt that is uniquely your own creation.
Construction has been simplified to make this project stitch together more quickly. Flying geese blocks and squares are sewn together in rows. You’ll see the stars come together as rows are combined.
The pattern, by Patti Carey, is for a quilt that is 84″ x 102″.
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