Adapt the Crochet Instructions for Any Quilt!
Five inch squares (two charm packs) make up the body of this darling quilt. Crochet trim gives it that special touch. Together they’re a winning combination for a sweet baby quilt.
Both the piecing and crochet are simple enough for beginners, although it will be helpful if you have some quilting experience and know a few basic crochet stitches.
Jemima of Tied With a Ribbon provides excellent instructions for this project that she designed for Penny Rose Fabrics. Photos clearly illustrate each step.
The crochet trim can easily be adapted for any quilt. It’s added after the quilt top is quilted and bound, so you could even add it to an existing quilt.
Learn more about this version at Tied with a Ribbon.
The finished quilt is 32″ x 36 1/2″.
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