Dogtooth Delight is a bright quilt, reminiscent of the bright happy faces of the dogtooth violets along the woodland floor in spring. The quilt is constructed primarily of two blocks: Dogtooth Violet and Priscilla. Both blocks originated in the 1930’s as the country recovered from the Great Depression and hint at the Art Deco Style that was so popular.
This bright quilt pattern is a perfect spring project. The quilt was designed with Hoffman 1895 Bali Batiks. However, it will look good with whatever fabric you choose.
The pattern has Y-seams and step by step instructions to do them easily.
Finished size of the quilt is 83-inches by 83 inches.
Fabric Requirements (Hoffman Watercolors):
1377-3 White 1 yard
1896-232 Citrine 2½ yards
1895-315 Chameleon 3 ¾ yard + 3/4 yard for binding
1895-434 Radish 3 yards
1895-519 Hibiscus 1 yard
Backing: 2 ½ yards (108” wide)
Batting: 93” x 93”
Special Notions: Glue for basting seams (recommend Elmer’s washable glue).