Hopscotch Quilt Pattern

Desert Rose Batik Quilt

Hopscotch quilt made with Desert Rose batiks

It is another day on the Island Batik Planes, Trains & Automobiles blog hop. Today the collection that is showcased is Desert Rose.
Hopscotch quilt made with Desert Rose batiks
I used these beautiful fabrics for a quilt that was shown at Fall Market and also for a couple table runners. You can find the pattern for Hopscotch here or you can order the fabrics and pattern directly from Island Batik.
Hopscotch Quilt Pattern


I also used Desert Rose in several table runners and a tutorial which you can read about here.
Hopscotch quilt made with Desert Rose batiks
I got carried away making the Drunkard’s Path block and ended up with enough for two different table runners. Can you see the difference in the colors?
Hopscotch quilt made with Desert Rose batiks

Click on the photo for a closeup of the quilting that I did with my vintage 15-91 Singer sewing machine.

Hopscotch quilt made with Desert Rose batiks

I also made this cute little pouch from Desert Rose.
Hopscotch quilt made with Desert Rose batiks

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18 Comments

  1. Love those purples! Nice Batik quilt and table runners. Great projects and you do such nice work!

  2. Gorgeous Desert Rose Island Batik Quilt, Table Runners and zipper Pouch. Your work is always stunning with your stippling to enhance the finished projects.

  3. Wonderful projects to showcase the pretty colours!! You do such great FMQ with your vintage sewing machine.

    -Soma

  4. OOOH when should I be watching for the UPS man to bring my new quilt to me? 🙂
    GORGEOUS quilt. Love this and all the projects shown today Connie. Super cute little pouch too. Really love those charms on the key ring too. How fun.

    Beautiful work as always!

  5. ohh these colors are so lovely. i love the motion they bring. your projects are so pretty. i especially love the your table runners. thanks for sharing and inspiring. quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

  6. What beautiful colors these are, like a jewel box. As always your work is beautiful. And prolific! How do you find the time? What I find most interesting in this pattern is the dark (black?) frames around the blocks. Most often I see a very structured dark outline, like window panes. This is much more attractive. The randomness of the frame position give great dimension and movement to the piece.

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