It’s Great in Any Color Palette!
Two simple blocks come together in an eye-catching quilt. This is a nice next-step quilt for beginners who have mastered quilts made from squares and rectangles. It’s also a fairly quick finish for more experienced quilters.
Start with a jelly roll of 2 1/2″ strips for the 16-square blocks. Or cut your own squares from a nice combination from your stash. This is also a great project for scraps.
Choose an accent color, in this case navy, and a background (white was used here). This is a great opportunity to play with color and create your own striking version.
The finished quilt, designed by Kerry Foster from Penny Dog Patterns, is 56 1/2″ square.
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