The design of this quilt relies on the interplay of two rectangular shaped blocks, which I refer to as Block 1 and Block 2. The blocks are built with half-rectangle triangles and rectangles. I have written the pattern to use five fabrics that serve a similar function in each block, making it easier to customize your fabric selections to suit your style and preferences. You can use the same fabrics for both Block 1 and Block 2, or mix them up (as shown below). Whether cohesive or scrappy, and with lots of options for exploring with color, texture, contrast, and movement, this quilt comes together quickly and is sure to keep beckoning long after it is finished. The labels for fabric types are very flexible. You can also choose to add in an accent fabric like I have done on the cover (with the bright chartreuse). Enjoy!
Cover photography by henleycreative.com
Fabric requirements on back of pattern.
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