1930s Prints are Lovely in This Quilt

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Modern Prints are Great Too!

This traditional pattern has a reputation for being difficult to piece. However, an updated construction method turns it into a simple project.

That’s great because the design is so appealing, especially in retro fabrics. Other fabric styles and color palettes will be wonderful, too.

Hummingbird Quilt Pattern

To speed construction, use a 30 degree triangle ruler (found here and here). Or make a template to use for cutting.

Hummingbird Quilt Pattern

Quilt found on Pinterest.

Instructions are provided by the designer, Darlene Zimmerman, for quilts in the following sizes:

  • Wall/Crib Quilt – 47″ x 56″
  • Twin – 72″ x 84″
  • Queen – 95″ x 106″

Click here to purchase the “Hummingbird” quilt pattern.


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