Hand Dyed or Batik Fabrics Make This a Stunning Quilt!
Have you been wondering what to do with that fabulous hand dyed fabric you picked up at the last quilt show?
This enchanting flower quilt is the perfect project for showing them off.
Or, choose colorful batik fabrics for an equally eye-catching quilt.
The designer, FrieStyle Designs, dyed her own fabrics with Procion MX Fiber Reactive Dyes (learn how she does it here). If you’re looking for a new challenge you might try that for this pattern. But any vibrantly colored fabrics will look great in this wall quilt.
The quilt is constructed from simple piecing and fusible applique. A decorative rotary cutter blade was used for the leaves for a fun touch. A typical straight blade is fine too if you don’t already have a decorative blade you want to play with.
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