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Banyan Batiks: unlimited design possibilities

Yesterday I showed you how to make a modern quilt using fat quarters from the Banyan Batiks Feathers  and Ketan collections.

This quilt was made with 9 Banyan Batiks fat quarters.
This quilt was made with 9 Banyan Batiks fat quarters.

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You can look on the Northcott website and see what other designers have done with these wonderful fabrics. Just click on the name of any of the collections and you’ll see the quilts that were made with those fabrics.

You can also subscribe to the Northcott newsletter and join the Northcott Fabric Circle. The links are on the top left corner of all the Northcott website pages.

Click on Northcott's Fabric Circle link for more information about their great fabrics.
Click on Northcott’s Fabric Circle link for more information about their great fabrics.

Here’s a sneak preview of some of the quilts that I have designed to showcase Banyan Batiks. The patterns for all of these quilts will be in your favorite quilt shops soon! My patterns are also available on my website PatternsByJeanBoyd.com and my Craftsy Store

This is my Zig Zag quilt made with Ikat Sketch Banyan Batiks in the Clay colorway.

Zig Zag quilt made with Ikat Sketch Banyan Batiks by Northcott
Zig Zag quilt made with Ikat Sketch Banyan Batiks by Northcott

This is Shanly Square made using fabrics from the Banyan Batiks Visual Sound blue green colorway.

Shanly Square made with Banyan Batiks Visual Sound by Northcott
Shanly Square made with Banyan Batiks Visual Sound by Northcott

Here’s my Mary’s Garden design for both quilt and runner using fabrics from the red and green colorways of  Banyan Batiks “Mary”.

Mary's Garden made with Banyan Batiks Mary fabrics from Northcott
Mary’s Garden made with Banyan Batiks Mary fabrics from Northcott

This is my Montrose Garden pattern made from the Banyan Batiks Roses and Thorns collection in both the Mint and Blush Colorways.

Montrose Garden made with Banyan Batiks Roses and Thorns by Northcott
Montrose Garden made with Banyan Batiks Roses and Thorns by Northcott

I hope you’ve enjoyed using Banyan Batik fat quarters to make some modern-looking quilts this week. I’ll be back on QUILTsocial in a couple of months with even more ideas for using fat quarters of Banyan Batiks from Northcott.

This is part 5 of 5 in this series.
Go back to part 4: I bet you can’t tell this modern quilt started with 9-patch block

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