Create the Look of a Mosaic with Tone-on-Tone Prints

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Other Fabric Styles Will Be Great Too!

Big blocks go together quickly to create a striking mosaic design in this eye-catching quilt. Batiks and tone-on-tone prints will contribute to the look of tiles.

The appealing design will be wonderful given other interpretations as well. We can easily imagine it made up of floral prints, 1930s fabrics, and other fabric styles.

Moroccan Mosaic Quilt Pattern

Instructions are provided by the designer, Kristina Poor from Poorhouse Quilt Designs, for the following quilt sizes:

  • Throw – 59″ x 75″
  • Twin – 75″ x 91″
  • Queen – 91″ x 107″

It will also make a lovely table or wall quilt by using fewer blocks.

Click here to purchase the “Moroccan Mosaic” quilt pattern.


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