We apologize! We inadvertently omitted the following five Tried & True test blocks from our November/December issue of Love of Quilting. Check them out to see how a different choice of fabric or colorway completely changes a block.
The Waddington Road collection by Barbara Eikmeier takes you back to a simpler time. The blue and tan version has vintage written all over it.
Turn the tables and use The Good Life by Connie and Camille for Moda Fabrics for a cheerful and purely delightful quilt. The red, pink and turquoise prints are so enticing, it will be hard to decide which to use.
The rich tones and fabulous contrast created by the batik process leads to a quilt with the same personality. Try RJR’s Blossom Batiks for your next adventure.
For Home & Freedom
Always a classic, black, white and gray are a great choice for a quilt with drama and grace. This design is anything but neutral – the Kimberbell Basics are fun and playful.
It Waves Forever
Create a masculine version of this star block by using earth tones and changing up the background color to a deep navy. The tweed texture created by Ro Gregg for Paintbrush Studio is just the ticket for a quilt with distinction.