It Will be Great in Other Colors Too!
We love red, white, and tan quilts and this one is a particularly nice example. The appealing design looks complex but is really quite simple to make.
Give it a scrappy look by choosing a wide variety of prints. You can easily achieve that with a jelly roll of 2 1/2″ strips or work with yardage if you prefer. Use one coordinating fabric for the stars to help unify the look.
While we love the colors chosen by the designer, the quilt will be striking in any color theme. It’s easy to imagine it in navy, tan, and white or go with any combination you love.
The finished quilt, designed by Charisma Horton, is 72″ x 84″.
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