Vivid Hues Make a Stunning Stained Glass Window Quilt

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Put Ombre Fabric to Spectacular Use!

Colorful patches with black sashing are stunning in this quilt. The glowing result is reminiscent of a  stained glass window.

This is the perfect project for ombre fabric, or select brilliant colors in low-contrast mottled prints. Solids will be lovely too. Go as vivid or subdued as you want with the colors. Just about any shade pops next to black.

Grandma's Window Quilt Pattern

Strip piecing speeds construction and ensures that all the blocks go together nicely. Straight line quilting is a lovely finish.

The finished quilt, designed by Angie Milligan, is 53″ x 66″.

Click here to purchase the “Grandma’s Window” quilt pattern.


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