Lei Kukui - Hawaiian Bed Quilt Pattern. Kukui is a common tree in Hawaii. The nuts have been used as candles and leis. Lei Kukui: Also includes a 21" coordinating block pattern. Make a quilt 84" x 84" up to 108" x 126" from this pattern.
Hawaiian bed quilts - For most of us, it was the sight of a large Hawaiian Quilt that first caught our attention and sparked our imagination. "I can do that!" we said. For those of you eager to have a traditional bed-size quilt, here is your opportunity!
Please do not let the tiny size of the flowers, buds and leaves in these thumbnail photos intimidate you. Remember, you are looking at a 4" photograph of a bed-size quilt. For example, the orchids in the Orchid pattern are about the size of your fist and the smallest bud is about 2"x2". Perfectly doable for needleturn applique!
This pattern can make a quilt any size from 84" square up to 108" x 126".Here's how:
The fabric you prepare (according to instructions in the pattern) starts a little larger than the finished size of the quilt. The center medallion remains the same no matter the size of the quilt. It is the border that expands, is wider, to make the quilt larger. Each pattern provides more details to help make it happen.
Learn just how easy it is to make your own Hawaiian quilt from one of the best. With Hawaiian Quilting with Nancy Lee Chong you will learn Nancy's stress-free approach to needleturn applique and hand quilting while making your Hawaiian quilt.