Solid Fabrics Make a Splash in This Cheerful Quilt

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Give This Quilt Your Own Flair with Vivid colors or Small Prints!

A jelly roll of solid pastel fabrics and one of white stitch up quickly into this playful quilt. It’s so simple to make that even beginning quilters with good basic skills can successfully complete this quilt.

1930s Summer Perspective Quilt

Designer Crystal Hendrix used yardage of the same pastel fabrics to create an interesting back for the quilt. Stipple quilting, a straight stitch quilting design or even fancy free motion quilting will all work with this quilt.

1930s Summer Perspective Quilt

The pastel solid fabrics are wonderful, but small print fabrics would be lovely too. More vivid colors would give the quilt greater impact. In other words, use your imagination and have fun with the possibilities for this design!

The finished quilt is about 65.5″ x 70.5″.

Click here for the free “1930s Summer Perspective” quilt tutorial.


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