Intersectional is a clever pattern that gives the illusion of three-dimensional shapes by pairing fabrics with similar colours but different values.
My favourite versions are the play on neutrals but I also am always drawn to a big open full spectrum quilt. It's a really effective design in both.
This pattern is jelly roll friendly, it's also gorgeous in linen as you can see from one of the sample images.
The pattern includes four sizes - mini (22"x22"), crib (39" x 50"), throw (581/2" x 67"). See the pattern back image for material requirement details.
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