Select a layer cake pack in your favorite colors, or cut squares from your stash. The beauty of this quilt, besides being so quick and easy, is that you can give it any personality you want depending on the fabrics you choose.
The quilt shown above was created by Lori Holt, of Bee in My Bonnet, and her daughter, Kassidy. Learn more about their quilt here.
Jasmine from Quilt Kisses made the following quilt. It’s a lovely interpretation.
This one is by KarrieLyne from Freckled Whimsy.
Cynthia from DreamQuiltCreate gave hers something of a vintage vibe with large-scale prints in retro colors.
Crayon colors work well, too, as in this quilt by Lisa Bongean.
And finally, Vickie from Spun Sugar Quilts gave hers more subdued colors with an equally lovely result.
Have fun playing with color as you design your own version. It’s so easy to make that we won’t be surprised if you make more than one.
And, keep this quilt in mind if you want to help someone learn to quilt. It’s perfect for a first quilt.
The finished quilt, from the Fat Quarter Shop, is 48″ x 61″, nicely sized for a throw quilt. Of course, you can add more patches for a larger quilt.
The following video will walk you through the steps in making this quilt. Scroll below the video to download the pattern.