It’s Also a Great Project for a Block Exchange!
Easy piecing makes this charming quilt a breeze to complete. It’s also a great project for using some of those goodies in your stash.
Since it’s easy enough for beginning quilters, it’s also a nice project for a block exchange. That’s a great way to produce a quilt with a wide variety of prints without having to acquire them all yourself. Pointers are provided by the designer for setting one up.
Any color theme will be wonderful in this quilt. We love the warm palette and cozy plaids chosen by the designer but feel free to give yours any personality you want.
“Snowed In” by Annette Plog with blocks from Carolyn Beam, Palmer Bixler, Angie Buckles, Wendy Sheppard and Chris Czyszczewski.
The finished quilt, designed by Annette Plog, is 65″ x 77“.
The “Snowed In” quilt pattern and block exchange tips can be found in Quilters World Autumn 2021.
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