Solids are Striking in This Eye-Catching Quilt

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Prints Will be, Too, for Another Interpretation!

This striking quilt is perfect for a baby, your wall or draped over a table. It’s also great for using up some of those solids in your collection.

Put together a closely coordinated combination of colors for stunning results. The quilt will be wonderful in small prints, too, giving it a totally different personality. Or, work from scraps to make it uniquely yours.

Thicketty Mountain Quilt Pattern

It’s an easy quilt to make, too. Half-square triangles and squares combine to create the intriguing design.

Thicketty Mountain Quilt Pattern

The pattern, designed by Susan Mayer for Clothworks, produces a finished quilt that’s 48″ x 48″.

Click here for the free “Thicketty Mountain” quilt pattern.

Image Sources:

The image at the top of the page is from Backyard Longarm & Quilting.

The red version is from the AQS blog.

The third image is from The Quilt Merchant.


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