Jewel Tones Star In This Wonderful Quilt
August 21, 2016 |
| Quilt Ideas
Reduce the Number of Blocks for a Lovely Table Topper!
Rich jewel toned fabrics give a fresh new look to traditional blocks in this gorgeous quilt. Batiks or other fabrics with subtle patterns are perfect for this project. The end result is a stunning quilt for a queen or king bed.
Choose a beautiful combination of colors, like in the quilt shown here, or coordinate the colors around a more limited palette. While batiks are lovely, large scale prints and 1930s reproduction fabrics will give the quilt a different look and be just as striking.
The finished quilt is 90 1/4″ x 104 1/4″. Reduce the number of 10″ square blocks for a smaller quilt. Four blocks with borders would make a beautiful table topper or baby quilt.
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