It’s Also Great for the Holidays!
Snowflakes drifting down onto pine trees set the stage for a beautiful winter quilt. Dozens of fabrics were used in its construction, adding variety just as you’d see in nature.
This is a great project for using up leftover strips of fabric. Or cut strips from your stash to recreate the scrappy look.
A herringbone pattern is made with strips of various colors, some pieced and some not. Diagrams help with placement during construction.
The finished quilt, designed by Tina Curran, is about 64″ x 48″.
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