The Blocks Can be Used in Many Types of Projects!
Two blocks combine for a beautiful autumn quilt. That makes it easy to adjust the size. Add more blocks for a larger quilt or reduce the number for a smaller one.
One row will make a charming runner while nine blocks will make an eye-catching table topper. Both blocks finish at 12″ square and can be used in other projects as well.
Choose your favorite autumn colors and have fun putting the quilt together. Traditional orange, brown, and green are great or go with an unexpected color theme such as white pumpkins against a dark background.
This is a fun project because you can adjust it however you want. Change the block layout, add sashing create more than one border, etc.
Quilt by Karla.
The finished quilt, designed by Carole From My Carolina Home, is about 48″ x 40″.
Instructions are provided as a quilt-along. You’ll find links to all the parts in the article below.
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