Change the Colors for Robins!
Happy bluebirds adorn this charming quilt, perfect for a wall or table. Change the blues to browns for robins, if you prefer. Either way this striking quilt will be a lovely addition to your home.
The bird blocks can be used individually, as well. Center a bluebird on the front of a tote, use three blocks for a runner, or add more blocks for a larger quilt.
The birds are pieced with bits of fusible applique for additional detail. It’s an easy quilt to put together and a fairly quick project, too.
One row of the quilt makes a charming table runner. Turn the bird blocks so they are top up when viewed from each end.
Once completed, the quilt designed by Cheryl Haynes of Prairie Grove Peddler is 40″ X 40″.
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