Patchwork Makes a Lovely Chevron Quilt

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Large patchwork half-square triangles create an interesting and charming chevron quilt. It’s the perfect project for showing off a favorite fabric line. Or, use up leftovers in your stash for a scrappy look.





Start with 5″ charm squares and sew them into nine patches, then make those into half-square triangles. Simplified construction means not having to deal with bias edges. Nice!

Patchwork Chevron Quilt Tutorial

Choose 4 charm packs from a favorite fabric line and a complementary background fabric. We love the crisp look of the colors chosen by the designer.

Keep in mind, however, that any pleasing color combination will be wonderful in this quilt. You may even want to go with a colored background.

Imagine crayon colors against black or vintage pastel prints against pink, mint or aqua. The quilt will be beautiful in seasonal colors, as well.

The finished quilt, designed by Jeni from In Color Order, is about 78″ x 78″.

Click here for the free “Patchwork Chevron” tutorial.

 



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