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About the Aggregate Cross Quilt
The Aggregate Cross pattern contains instructions for making a mini quilt (24″ x 24″), a baby quilt (48″ x 48″), or a lap quilt (60″ x 60″), and each of the quilt sizes has 3 piecing options: curves using inset curve stars, curves using the traditional drunkard’s path piecing method, or no curves.
The definition of aggregate means a “whole formed by combining several (typically disparate) elements”. Through the Aggregate Cross pattern, you will be exploring combining traditional quilt elements and adding fun touches of curves to the design to make a pleasing finished quilt top. This is a great pattern for someone looking to explore new piecing techniques: make a quilt without any curves, then come back and use the drunkard’s path version, and when you are ready, step it up by giving the inset curve stars a try!
Note: This pattern was originally released under the name “Bokeh” for a quilt along. Another quilt pattern designer released a quilt named Bokeh, and I have opted to rename the full pattern prior to its release.