Make It Up in Your Favorite Two-Color Combination!
Double Monkey Wrench blocks star in this charming quilt. It’s sized for a table or wall, or add borders to increase the size to a baby or crib quilt.
A variety of blue fat quarters and fat eighths provide interest and contrast. One beautiful large-scale print ties them all together. It’s used around the outside and in the center of the blocks.
While we love the blues, the quilt will be lovely in other colors as well. It’s easy to imagine it in reds, violets and many other lovely combinations.
It’s an easy quilt to make, even for confident beginners, and will go together quickly.
The finished quilt, designed by Gina Gempsaw, is 30 3/4″ square.
You’ll find the “Monkey Blues” quilt pattern in Quilter’s World Summer 2014.
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