Scrappy Butterflies Are So Sweet |
A Beautiful Quilt for Spring, Summer and All Year Around!
Many butterfly quilts we see are appliqued or intricately paper pieced. This beauty is all straight piecing. There aren’t even any triangles to deal with, making this quilt easy enough for beginning quilters.
Photo courtesy of Fig Tree Quilts.
This is also a wonderful scrap buster. Pull out scraps with a vintage look and produce your own heirloom quality quilt.
Or, choose coordinating fabrics, batiks, 1930’s reproduction fabrics … Whatever fabrics strike your fancy are sure to produce a stunning quilt.
The finished quilt by designer Elena McDowell measures 72″ square. You can easily adjust the size by adding or deleting rows of butterfly blocks. This would make a darling baby quilt in a smaller size.
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