A Simple Design Creates an Inviting Quilt

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Nine-patch blocks are simple to make and long-time standards for quiltmakers. They appear in many quilt designs and sometimes entirely on their own. They’re especially charming in this pretty quilt, where nine-patch blocks alternate with background squares.

A wide variety of prints in many print styles adds to the quilt’s charm. Smaller-scale prints give it a bit of vintage appeal.

County Fair Quilt Pattern

This is a great project for scraps. Or shop your stash and choose a wide selection to give your quilt a scrappy look.

The finished quilt, designed by Vonda Davis, is 60″ x 82 1/2″.

Click here to purchase the “County Fair” quilt pattern.


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