It’s Easy Enough for Beginning Quilters!
Strips of fabric come together beautifully in this scrappy quilt. Start with a jelly roll or dig into your scraps for your own unique version.
This is a great project for those “why did I buy this?” fabrics. The more fabrics the merrier, as they’ll all blend into a harmonious whole.
Choose yardage of an accent color to tie the quilt together and go with whatever color you prefer. Make sure it provides good contrast against the strips. That won’t be an issue if the strips are all within a narrow value range.
You’re sure to enjoy how quickly this quilt goes together. It’s so easy that even beginning quilters can finish it up fairly quickly.
The finished quilt, from Quiltwoman Designs, is 56″ x 64″.
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