This Quilt is Always In Bloom!

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Make This Into a Wall or Table Quilt by Omitting Blocks.

Easy piecing and fabulous appliqued flowers make up this fun quilt. Choose funky fabrics for a flower power look. Or, make it scrappy and more old fashioned looking, perhaps with 30’s retro fabrics.

Coordinated colors would give the quilt a more sophisticated look without losing any of the appeal. The contrasting colors and textures chosen by designer Amanda Murphy give it the look reminiscent of a mosaic. Whatever fabrics you choose, you can’t go wrong with this striking pattern.

In Bloom Quilt Pattern

This quilt is quite easy to make, even for beginning quilters with some experience.

The finished quilt is 76″ x 100″. You can easily size it down to a wall quilt by omitting some of the blocks.

Click here to purchase the “In Bloom” quilt pattern.



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