Combine Colorful Fabrics for a Pretty Baby Quilt |
It’s Great for a Wall or Table, Too!
Dig into your stash for a pretty combination of scraps for this charming baby quilt. Fat eighths also work, and while the quilt is lovely in reproduction fabrics any style will be wonderful. For example, it’s easy to imagine it in batiks.
The quilt looks great on a wall and will be a beautiful table quilt, too. Leave off a row of blocks to make it square, if that works better for your table. Or use just one column of blocks for a table runner.
Big simple blocks make this a quick quilt to complete. The patchwork border is a beautiful finishing touch.
Once completed, the quilt is 48″ x 60″.
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