Other Two-Color Combos Will be Just as Nice!
Red and white quilts are well loved and for good reason. When done well, they’re simply stunning.
This version is one of our favorites. Its bright, happy personality draws the eye and makes the quilt stand out.
The scrappy look is created by using 15 fat quarters in red prints. There are a lot of pieces in this quilt but all of the units are easy to piece. Whatever time it takes to finish it is time well spent.
Once completed, the quilt designed by Carl Hentsch is 68″ x 79″.
Also consider other two-color combinations. Look what happens with blue and black. The quilt takes on a completely different personality and is just as stunning.
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