Casablanca PDF Quilt Pattern
Traveling to far off places, to visit Casablanca, may not be in your budget. However, you’re bound to have adventurous dreams, snuggled beneath a quilt named “Casablanca”.
Intrigued by art, architecture, and the complex simplicity of repeating shapes, quatrefoils, or clover leaf shapes, blend geometry and feminine lines. This pattern uses straight lines, and traditional machine piecing, to trick the eye into seeing curved lines.
Pair bright fabrics with a neutral to see a unique negative space pattern emerge. I’ve used contrasting colors for this pattern, but a scrappy design, or monochromatic would also look beautiful!
This makes a twin sized quilt, but can easily be sized up to a larger quilt, or down to make a baby quilt.
– This pattern uses traditional piecing, and NO curved lines.
– Easy for new quilters. Must be able to sew a 1/4″ seam.
– Fat quarter friendly. You’ll be able to get 2 quatrefoils out of one FQ.