This quilt was inspired by the street map of Bath, the famous English spa town which enjoyed its heyday in the Regency era. The majestic Royal Crescent with its inimitable view was the birthplace of the concept behind this elegant wallhanging.
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This is a medium sized wallhanging made up entirely of Drunkard‘s Path units (a square divided by a curved line making one convex and one concave shape) in two sizes. These units are arranged to form full circles (pattern also known as Snowball or Robbing Peter to Pay Paul), half circles and three-quarters of a circle. 16 different fabrics belonging to the same colour group.
The pattern offers detailed instructions for
- cutting and sewing curved seams
- the overall layout including suggestions for quilting
Size of Quilt
The Circle and Crescents quilt is a medium sized wallhanging measuring ca. 28“ x 57“ (ca. 71 x 145 cm).
Intermediate. All blocks in the Circles and Crescents quilt have curved seams. Curved seams are easier to sew than they appear.
The download area contains the pattern in four languages. The English version can be recognized by the language indicator EN.