This Autumn Quilt is Simply Gorgeous

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Batik Fabrics Are Perfect In This Quilt!

Gently falling leaves in colorful batiks dance across the top of this stunning quilt. The careful fabric placement and value changes within each leaf block add interest and contribute to the quilt’s charm.





Simple piecing and easy applique make this a quick quilt to construct. Select fabrics in your favorite colors, limiting the values to two fairly narrow ranges, and start stitching. You’ll have this completed before you know it.

Turning Leaves Quilt PatternWe love the unusual colors in the quilt shown above, by designer Caroline Reardon. The quilt is lovely made up in more traditional autumn colors, too.

Turning Leaves QuiltPhoto from The Eyes Have It on Flickr.

Turning Leaves Quilt Pattern

Quilt found on Night Owl Quilting and Dye Works.

The pattern includes instructions for two quilt sizes:

  • 55 ½” x 73″ lap or throw quilt
  • 73″ x 90 ½” twin quilt

Turning Leaves Quilt Pattern

Quilt from Julie’s Quilts and Costumes.

You can easily adjust the number of blocks for the size you want. For example, stitch together four blocks for a stunning table topper.

Click here to purchase the “Turning Leaves” quilt pattern.

 

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