Bow Ties Combine in a Lovely Quilt

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This Project is Easy Enough for Beginners!

Beautiful prints in coordinating colors are so lovely in this quilt. It’s a wonderful example of how fabrics of single type, in this case Liberty Lawn, often work wonderfully together (get tips for working with lightweight Liberty Lawn here).

You can also make this quilt from your stash. Select 10 fat quarters in your favorite color combination and a background fabric to set them off.

Ties to Liberty Quilt

The block is the easy-to-make Bow Tie block. The orientation of the blocks gives the quilt it’s lovely overall design. Both beginning and experienced quilters will enjoy how quickly the blocks go together.

Ties to Liberty Quilt

The finished quilt, designed and made by Andy at A Bright Corner, is 56” x 70”. It will be easy to add more blocks for a bed sized quilt.

Click here for the free “Ties to Liberty” quilt pattern.

 

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