One Large Block Makes a Striking Springtime Quilt

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Choose Colors You Love and Enjoy the Results!

The traditional “Star of Bethleham” quilt design has been updated into a beautiful spring confection. Careful color and value placement turns corners of the star into tulips, while large tulip blocks finish off the border. It’s a lovely design that will brighten any room.

Pastel prints are lovely in this quilt. Stronger colors will be wonderful, too. Go with a color theme you love and enjoy how quickly the quilt goes together. It’s a simple pattern to make and an impressive finished quilt.

Tulip Rose of Sharon Quilt Pattern

Tulip Rose of Sharon Quilt Pattern

Instructions are provided by the designer, Karla Hardaway from Quiltwoman Designs, for quilts in two sizes:

  • Lap – 68″ by 68″
  • Queen – 94″ by 94″

Click here to purchase the “Tulip Rose of Sharon” quilt pattern.


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