“I have many memories of freshly falling snow on Christmas Eve when there would be a peaceful hush over the world,” recalls designer Margaret Brewster Willingham. She captures the mood with her intricate snowflake quilt using reverse appliqué and frosty batiks. Choosing batik fabrics to showcase the dramatic snowflake blocks makes for a spectacular quilt! Plus, strip sets simplify the work of creating Sixteen-Patch quilt blocks.
About This Quilt
Finished Blocks: 26 (8″) Sixteen Patch blocks, 20 (8″) Star Point blocks, 14 (8″) Sixty-Four Patch blocks, 12 (8″) Snowflake blocks
Designed by: Margaret B. Willingham
Recommended Tools: Water-Soluble Pencil (white), Olfa 12″ Spinning Cutting Mat, and Fons & Porter Basic Cutting Ruler
Use freezer paper to make reverse appliqué circles. It’s not as hard as you think! And, with step-by-step instruction from our expert staff, you’ll be applying this technique in no time. Learn this quick and easy method that can be adapted to any quilt pattern by watching the free quilting video tutorial below. This method not only makes quiltmaking easier, but it increases the efficiency and accuracy in your piecing, which will be helpful when making this fun holiday quilt pattern, Twinkling Flurries! For more free Sew Easy quilting video tutorials, make sure to visit QNNtv.com.