From the designer, my daughter, Haley: Growing up in Vermont, my favorite sign of spring was snowdrop flowers popping out from under the snow. I always found the dichotomy between their delicate looks and their hearty resistance to the bitter cold of the Northeastern winters particularly striking. This quilt is inspired by these blooms, blossoming in the dark and cold, against all odds.
By Combining two contrasting fabrics you will create triangles tumbling down the quilt. Using your V Block tool, this quilt is fun and quick. Just jump right in and give it a whirl!
Designed by the Running with Scissors Quilters.
What do you call a pattern containing two charming companion quilts? Doubly Charmed, of course! You’ll use the same set of 5” squares for both quilts. It’s like magic! You’ll cut the center beams from the squares for the first quilt and then you’ll use the cutaways for the side triangles in the second. Two beautiful quilts out of one set of squares. Enchanting!