Watercolor Quilt The Easy Way In Your Favorite Fabrics

Sherbet Toned Batiks Create A Great Watercolor Quilt

Watercolor quilts are so inviting. Using powder soft batiks and pretty coordinating prints fit right in for a softer touch. Watercolor  matching and blending time consuming and takes patience and skill. It’s about planning and re arranging constantly on the design board… or kitchen floor. The rewards are worth the effort.

This ‘Splashes of Color’ Quilt pattern calls for the use of sherbert color batiks with colors across the board beautifully coordinated creating a wave of color wash and appealing blend. Arty and bright, the fabric does all the work. The results… dazzling. With a range of colors such as these, this quilt would likely fit almost any decor. Use batiks or your favorite fabric. The design is simple and will suit almost any fabric. The blocks are totally versatile. The finished block size is 8″ square.



Fun to make, choosing favorite colors and deciding where to place each block, this watercolor project is a breeze. The pattern provides a color diagram easy to follow layout of the quilt, or make up your own!

Designer Tammy Kelly has coordinated the prettiest Batik fabric and added a mix of prints for a delightful splash with these simple blocks. Start with a simple square, surround it with four mix-and-match rectangles… this quilt sews up quickly and easily.


The quilt has no borders so to add, it’s a super quick project. The finished quilt is
80-1/2 x 88-1/2″.

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