When thinking about blankets and designs and more explicitly, the designs I would like to do in the future, I barely ever seem to consider using green as the primary theme color. When I thought about why it is that I never made a green quilt, I realized that I did not have a good reason for this.
When I thought about it, I realised that I had been missing out on making an insipring range of natural themes. Just how many nature themes had I been overlooking? Well…
There’s nothing as old fashioned as a rustic quilt, and you can’t get much more country than a farm themed quilt. With fields and field of green, its straightforward to imagine how you can use green as the main colour for this quilt. Dot the quilt with sheep, cows and the infrequent tractor and you could have a gorgeous, country quilt in virtually no time.
If you’ve ever been out to the country, you’ll find a sweeping selection of luscious green sweeping hills. This scene is the perfect base to your green quilt. With so much variance in the countryside, you can have it littered with trees, stones, or merely the infrequent bush or cottage.
How busy or sparse the decorations are is completely up to you.
I’d be missing a very large part of nature if I didn’t mention rainforests when talking about nature themed green quilts. With such a large amount of different sorts of plants, bushes, ferns and trees, it actually is like another planet when it comes to shower forests.
The great part about this is that you have so much flexibility and plants to choose between when coming up with your design. No two rain forest quilts will look the same.
So whether you’re a fan of woods, sweeping hills or farms, there is a green quilt theme that’s excellent for you!