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Moroccan Morning

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Moroccan Morning is inspired by Moroccan ceramic tile. Every time I see tile, I itch to make a quilt that resembles it - so I'm thrilled about this quilt pattern. I love the bright cheerful colors, and I also love how the yellow bits come together to form a star. Moroccan Morning is very simple construction - it is all constructed with squares and rectangles. It is a perfect project for someone with a few quilt tops under their belt. Rotary cutting skills are helpful, as is knowledge of strip piecing. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic sewing skills, Rotary cutting skills, Straight piecing SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Crib Quilt (40" x 60") Lap Quilt (59" x 79") Twin/Single Quilt (64" x 84") Full/Double Quilt (84" x 84") Queen Quilt (84" x 104") King Quilt (104" x 104")

Recommended with this pattern

  • You will need three 100% cotton fabrics that are high-contrast for the pattern to show up clearly.
  • In my sample quilt, I used a solid white, a bright yellow and a blue.
  • Solids or very small scale prints work best.

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Global Nomad Quilt Company
Global Nomad Quilt Company
I grew up in India, I've lived in 3 countries, in 6 different cities before putting down roots in Toronto. I've been quilting since I was 16 - my first project was a Double Irish Chain. Inspired by many awesome sewing blogs, I've been sewing garments since 2006. When traveling, I've always taken pictures of patterns, mosaic, tile, rangolis - they serve as quilting inspiration. The Global Nomad Quilt Company came about as a way of sharing this inspiration with you. I blog about the Global Nomad Quilt Company at http://globalnomadquilts.blogspot.com. I blog about garment sewing at http://weekendcrafting.blogspot.com.