There Are So Many Ways to Use These Tulip Blocks!
The blooms in this little tulips quilt are made from simple piecing. Easy fusible applique is used for the leaves. Together, they combine into a sweet little quilt to use as place mats, a table topper or to hang on your wall.
You can configure the basic tulip blocks in a number of ways to make a larger quilt. Put sashing between the blocks, make two rows of tulips, add larger borders … there are so many options for creating your own unique quilt to welcome spring.
The pattern, by Marian Shenk, is free from FreePatterns.com. The finished quilt is 18″ x 13″.
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