It’s An Easy One to Make, Too!
Colorful batiks sing against navy in this eye-catching quilt. We often think of using black when we want colors to pop but navy can work just as well. The aqua inner border adds a nice bit of brightness to complete the look.
This is a great project for using up batiks from your stash. Scraps are perfect or start with a wide variety of pre-cuts or yardage.
Batiks add depth and interest, however prints will be lovely too. Go with tone-on-tone prints, or give the quilt a different personality by using colorful ones.
The quilt is easy enough for confident beginners and will go together relatively quickly. Two different blocks make up the interesting design.
Designed by Pat St-Onge, the finished quilt is 77 1/2″ x 89 1/2″.
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