I am excited about my new holiday pattern now available in my shop. It is called Poinsettia Pop and it is a generous lap size to snuggle under when the weather turns cold. The bright and cheery poinsettia blocks dance across the quilt bringing cheer to whoever receives it.
This quilt is made using large 15 inch finished blocks that stitch up quickly. You only need to piece seven Poinsettia blocks so you can whip it up in time for last minute gifts. I even included some speedy techniques to save you some time. The bright hot pink fabrics, text print background, and alternate grid pattern give this block a very modern look.
The Poinsettia is actually a variation of the traditional Providence block. I am not sure if it is named after the city in Rhode Island or has a deeper meaning of the manifestation of divine care, but it is a lovely thought for a holiday gift.
The layout creates some additional designs and star patterns. You could use my design as a base and let your imagination run wild.
You can find my Poinsettia Pop Throw Quilt pattern for sale by following the link for My Patterns.
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