Give a Scrappy Quilt an Artistic Twist
August 1, 2017 |
| Quilt Ideas
A Great Project for Fat Quarters or Scraps from Your Stash!
This unusual scrappy-look quilt is given a modern and artistic twist with a medallion design in charcoal. The lovely combination of a wide assortment of coordinating fabrics and the charcoal accents gives the quilt immense appeal.
Choose a wide variety of fat quarters plus a contrasting color. Or, use up some of those scraps in your stash. Charcoal or black works beautifully with lighter colors, while white or tan will be wonderful with darker fabrics.
We can easily imagine this made up in coordinating deep red prints with tan or light gray for the medallion. Other color combinations will be just as lovely.
The quilt is an easy one to make, even for beginning quilters.
Once completed, the quilt designed by Melissa Marginet is 78″ x 78″.
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