It’s a Beautiful Design for Any Two-Color Combination!
Most red and white quilts are predominantly white with red. This striking quilt is the opposite – red with white.
While the quilt is beautiful with the values reversed (see the white and navy version below), this unusual configuration makes the quilt one that is sure to catch everyone’s eye.
The intricate overall pattern is created from one repeated block. It’s far simpler to make than it looks.
Plus, the quilt will be wonderful in any two-color variation, in either value pattern. It will also be lovely given a scrappy look. Learn more here.
The finished quilt, from It’s Sew Emma, can be any of four sizes:
- Lap – 48 1/2″ x 64 1/2″
- Twin – 64 1/2″ x 80 1/2″
- Queen – 96 1/2″ x 96 1/2″
- King – 112 1/2″ x 112 1/2″
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