Watch How the Design Changes with Different Colors and Value Placements!
Play with color for your own version of this eye-catching table or wall quilt. Start with five fat quarters that work nicely together and choose a background and an accent to set them off. White and gray were used in the example but go ahead and experiment with other colors.
Squares, half-square triangles and flying geese units are used to create the intricate design. So while it looks complex, it will go together quickly.
This is a fun pattern to play with as it will take on different looks depending on color and value placement.
The finished quilt, designed by Suzanne Jackman from Splendid Speck, is 42″ x 42″.
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