This Pattern Would be Striking in Red and White Too!
Two-color quilts can be very eye-catching, and this one is no exception. These quilts typically have white backgrounds that showcase the chosen color.
The designer, Ann Hermes, used blue small-scale prints in this version. Red is also a traditional choice. The high contrast between the main color and the background is part of what makes two-color quilts so appealing.
It would be fun to give this pattern a modern twist, however, and choose a color other than red or blue to pair with white. Or, use larger scale prints with some white whose edges, when cut, will blend a bit here and there into the white background.
Whatever fabrics you choose for this table quilt, it’s sure to be a stunner.
The finished quilt is 16 3⁄4″ square and will look wonderful on your table or wall.
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