It’s a Simple Quilt to Make, Too!
Lots of scraps and simple piecing come together in a beautiful quilt. All of the colors are somewhat muted, allowing the large variety of fabrics to create a coordinated whole. The light fabrics are deeper in value than you often see, adding to the lovely blending of colors.
The quilt will be wonderful in stronger colors, too. Just be mindful of value placement so that the interesting overall design emerges.
Give the quilt whatever personality you prefer through fabric selection. It will be stunning in vivid colors and strong contrasts, sweet in 1930s prints, and interesting in plaids and other strong prints. The design lends itself to many interpretations.
The finished quilt, designed by Janet Mednick, is 88” x 96”. Instructions are also included for a crib quilt and other block layouts.
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