A Lovely Quilt in Autumn Colors, Too!
Apples take center stage in this charming quilt. Youthful fabrics make it even more appealing, whether you’re making it to give or for yourself. It’s sized for a baby quilt but can be used in any number of ways around the house.
Imagine this quilt made up in rich autumn colors. It will be beautiful on your wall or table during the fall, or even all year around. You can easily add more blocks for a larger version to use as a throw or on a bed.
The pattern, by Nadra Ridgeway of Ellis & Higgs, includes instructions for a throw pillow made from one apple block. We’d be inclined to turn the pillow top into a wall hanging to display during autumn.
The apple blocks are pieced, making this easier to construct than it looks.
The finished quilt is 36″ x 47″ and the pillow is 16 x 16″.
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