Richly Colored Batiks Make a Stunning Quilt

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It’s Surprisingly Easy to Make, Too!

Rich autumn-hued batiks mix with low-contrast prints for an eye-catching quilt you’ll enjoy all year long. Beautiful applique in the borders is a lovely finishing touch.

The complex looking blocks are quite easy to make, even for confident beginners. They will be wonderful in other fabrics and colors, too. In fact, a row of three or four blocks stitched together will make a charming table runner in your favorite color combo.

My Favorite Color is October - Quilt Pattern

The finished quilt, designed by Chris Malone, is 56″ x 70″. Make more blocks for a larger quilt and replace the appliqued border with a beautiful print.

The “My Favorite Color is October” quilt pattern is included in Harvest Time Quilting.

Click here to purchase Harvest Time Quilting.



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