There’s No Sewing In Circles With This Quilt
October 25, 2016 |
| Quilt Ideas
A Much Easier Quilt to Make Than it Appears!
At first glance the circles in this lovely quilt may seem daunting to make. However, they’re made entirely with straight piecing. Every quilter with solid cutting and stitching skills can make this quilt without having to stitch curves.
The intriguing color play moves your eye around as one color transforms into another. You’ll have fun selecting your own combination of colors and fabrics to make the most of this pattern.
Soft, smaller scale prints give a bit of a nostalgic look to this thoroughly modern quilt. Vivid colors will be stunning, too, especially on a dark background.
The finished quilt, designed by Jessica VanDenburgh, is 60″ x 60″. It’s perfect for use as a throw.
A kit is available while supplies last. Get it here.
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