Do you like walking along bridges? I don’t know about you, but there’s something special about going on a bridge walk. Looking over the side out into the water, wondering how deep the water is, how high the bridge is. Standing still, and listening to the sound of nature along the bridge is something special to say the least.
Today, I’d like to introduce a new quilt pattern. This is the ‘Bridge Walk’ quilt pattern, and it’s one of my new favourites. I’ve used here some fabric from French General for Moda fabrics, called ‘Pondicherry’. Love the mixture of reds, blues, and creams.
The Bridge Walk quilt was inspired by a little wooden bridge close to where we live. Looking out of the window over the back fence into the park near our house, there was the bridge. We called it the ‘Walking Bridge’. I’d see children lie on the bridge and look into the water (knee deep water). Little tadpoles and reeds were down below. Walkers would cross over the bridge on their travels, looking down over the side. Cyclists and dog walkers stopped to take the little wooden bridge with caution not to fall in. The bridge has gone now due to development, and another bridge is planned to be erected in due time.
‘Bridge Walk Pattern’
So here it is, a new pattern, the Bridge Walk quilt pattern. If you would like further information on the pattern, you can find it by clicking on the link below…
Click here for the –>Bridge Walk Quilted table topper pattern<–
or you might like to try just the pattern block.
Also, I have included a –>Bridge walk PDF block pattern<– so you can use this single Bridge Walk pattern which ever way you choose, and even include it into another quilt top pattern. I have used fabric for this sample called ‘Darling Little Dickens’, from Lydia Nelson by Dreamy Quilts, for Moda fabrics.
So until next time,
Have fun sewing.
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