Florals Make a Gorgeous Medallion Quilt

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There’s a Matching Table Runner Pattern, Too!

Beautifully colored floral prints come together in a striking medallion quilt. Unfortunately, the fabric line has been sold out but selecting your own combination just adds to the fun of making this beautiful quilt.

Soft roses, greens and tans against cream set the color theme. Soft blacks add a needed accent pop. Look for a beautiful combination in colors you love and make this quilt your own.

Garden Star Medallion Quilt Pattern

Garden Star Medallion Quilt Pattern

The striking design will be wonderful in many color combinations.

Garden Star Medallion Quilt Pattern

Photo from Instagram.

The pattern, by Rahna Summerlin from Blooming in Chintz, is for a 76″ x 76″ quilt.

Click here to purchase the “Garden Star Medallion” quilt pattern.

Rahna went on to create a lovely table runner from the same fabric and design elements. It, too, will be beautiful in whatever color theme you choose. Play with color to make your own welcoming runner.

Garden Star Medallion Table Runner Pattern

Garden Star Medallion Table Runner Pattern

Make just the runner for your table. Or, make a runner for the dresser that matches the quilt.

Garden Star Medallion Table Runner Pattern

Photo from Missouri Star Quilt Co. A kit is available while supplies last.

The finished runner is 18 1/2″ x 47 1/2″.

Click here to purchase the “Garden Star Medallion Table Runner” pattern.


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