Zebra corners – Stack and Whack

A Quilt by C Jean Horst
Dimensions: 48 inches wide by 48 inches long
Quilt ID: cjh21100 Categories: , Design:


What is a Stack and Whack??   It’s so fun to do….Here is a quilt making style that uses one fabric and layers the same exact repeat on top of each other 8 times.  The triangles are cut through a floral fabric to make 8 exact pieces which are sewn together for one patch.  As you cut across the fabric for more patches you will be getting many different areas of a large print fabric which turns out to be a surprise every time!  Here this design has a fun zebra print on the binding as well as added to the corners of the patches at various places.  The hand quilting is done well and is 7 stitches per inch.  The backing is a soft blue and yellow print shows on the one photo.  Don’t forget to double click on each thumbnail to bring them up to full size and see the uniqueness of each block.  This throw even has a sleeve for hanging already in place so that’s a great possibility.

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