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Thursday, 11 June 2015

Rooted quilt block


My upcoming free pattern for the upcoming Imprint collection has this above block as the focal point of the quilt. I named it Rooted block. I really love that tribal, ethnic look and would love to see your version of it...please feel free to use the hashtag #rootedblock on the social media, and I will be able to see it :)
Here are two pics of it, while testing the block with the Maker fabrics:



xx, Katarina

2 comments :

Stephanie said...

What a great block (and this is one of the nicest uses of that fabric line I've seen)!

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