It’s Great in Many Fabric Styles!
A vintage block is given a fresh new look done up in batiks. Of course, it will be great in other fabric styles, so go ahead and give it any personality you want.
Instructions for two sizes are provided for the block, giving you lots of options. One large block will make a lovely table topper. Just add borders. Or make several of either size for a larger quilt.
Below is a quilt made from the 12″ blocks by the designer, Connie Kresin Campbell. Learn more about it here.
This is a simple block to make from squares, rectangles, and half-square triangles. Larger pieces make it a great block for showcasing special prints. It will also take on different looks depending on value and color placement.
Instructions for both 12″ and 18″ blocks can be found at the link below.
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