I have finished the Board Game quilt pattern! Sometimes a quilt pattern can look complicated but when you break down the blocks it isn’t that bad.
As I mentioned before, this is a quilt that I designed for the Quiltmaker magazine September/October 2016 issue and you can read the original post about the Board Game quilt pattern. I don’t know if it is still true, but back then you had to wait 6 months after the magazine came out before you could sell the pattern yourself.
Well, guess what? I forgot all about it until recently when I saw it in my stash of quilts. Another funny thing is that I was taking photos yesterday and when I saw the label on the back, I had named the quilt Radiance and then the magazine changed the name to Board Game. LOL, guess I’ll stick with that name.
The quilt is made with fabrics from Island Batik, I love the quality of their batiks and still use them for most of my quilt projects. You won’t be able to find the batiks I used but it would be very easy to pick a wine, gold and green batik and then add a print that has a combination of those colors. You can find some beautiful batiks here.
Get the Board Game quilt pattern!
Because it had been so long since I made the quilt, I pulled out my scraps and made the table runner. If you missed the post, be sure to read about the Board Game table runner.
I spend a lot of time on my patterns trying to make them very easy to read and understand and I know many of you have let me know how much you like this.
The directions in the magazine weren’t written by me and I have to admit that when I was reading them….I got lost a couple of times and I think a new quilter would have had trouble figuring out the pattern.
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