This Gorgeous Quilt Only Looks Complicated
August 8, 2016 |
| Quilt Ideas
It Will Be Lovely In Other Two-Color Combinations, As Well!
Gather up light and dark scraps in your favorite colors for this stunning quilt. Log Cabin and Split Star blocks work beautifully together, creating an intriguing overall design.
Blue and white is a natural for this quilt, as is red and white (or tan instead of white with either color). It will be gorgeous in other color combinations as well.
Much of the complexity of this quilt comes from the light and dark arrangement of coordinated scraps. The blocks themselves are quite easy to stitch together. A beginning quilter who can cut and sew accurately shouldn’t have any trouble completing this quilt.
The pattern is for a quilt that finishes at 84″ x 96″. Adjust the size by altering the number of 12″ blocks.
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