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  • Winterwood Quilt Pattern BOM Block Two
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    Sharon Keightley
    I love to design my own quilt patterns and share them. I am a confessed lover of vintage and reproduction fabrics, my favorite thing to do is applique.
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Winterwood Quilt Pattern BOM Block Two

Winterwood Quilt Pattern BOM Block Two

 Winterwood Quilt Pattern BOM Block Two was a delight to make ! 

The warm browns and bright reds against the taupe/light background is a cool crisp colour combination. It was winter when I started making the Winterwood quilt, playing with fabrics that would play nice with the crisp reds in my mainly reproduction stash was proving a challenge. The brown reproduction fabrics I had been collecting over the years worked a treat, giving the quilt a coolness that looked like the winter days outside. The Camellia flowers were in bloom, inspiring the large red flowers in my quilt. They also inspired me to create bigger applique leaves in the quilt and this gave impact without being complicated. They also make the applique easy to work on and quick to complete.

At this point and time I have not got all the blocks together in the quilt top. I am still working on the borders, so I have done a temporary mock up of the design so you can see where I am headed with the Winterwood Quilt.

Winterwood Quilt Pattern BOM/ Pine Valley Quilts

If you would like to join along the fun making the Winterwood Quilt, you can find the block patterns here.

The Applique E-book has all the information on the applique technique used to create the Winterwood Quilt blocks here.

  • Post author
    Sharon Keightley
  • Appliqueapplique flowersApplique TechniquesInvisible machine appliqueQuiltQuilt Blocksquilt patternQuilt Pattern BOMWinterwood Quilt

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