Beautiful Mottled Fabrics Make a Stunning Quilt

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Change the Color to Fit Your Decor!

Gradations of a single color make a stunning quilt that is sure to capture everyone’s attention. It’s easy to imagine trees and mountains in this modern arrangement of traditional blocks.

Use it for a lap quilt, hang it on a large wall or make the Queen sized quilt for a striking display in a bedroom. You can also give the quilt as a gift to an outdoor lover.

Winter Solstice Quilt PatternThe fabric, Stonehenge by Linda Ludovico and Deborah Edwards for Northcott Fabrics, is still available in strip sets. Just looking at the beautiful colors available makes it easy to imagine the quilt made up in them.

Winter Solstice Quilt

The original “Misty Pines” (“Winter Solstice”) quilt designed by Patti Carey of Patti’s Patchwork.

Scroll and click through the selection on Amazon to see a wide variety of color combinations (Blue Planet will be wonderful in this quilt!).

Winter Solstice Quilt Pattern

Quilt found on Pinterest.

And look what happens when more colors are incorporated. The results are simply wonderful.

Winter Solstice Quilt Pattern

Quilt found on Pinterest.

Winter Solstice Quilt Pattern

Quilt by @jj2allen.

Winter Solstice Quilt Pattern

Quilt found on Pinterest.

The quilt itself is comprised of modified Flying Geese and Delectable Mountain blocks. Instructions are provided for two sizes:

  • Lap and Throw: 56″ x 69″
  • Queen: 88″ x 110″

Click here to purchase the “Winter Solstice Quilt” pattern.


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