A Delightful and Colorful Quilt for Using Up Those Scraps

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Instructions Are Given for Yardage, Too, in 3 Sizes!

The colors of this scrappy quilt are so cheerful! But feel free to make it in any color combo that appeals to you. We can easily imagine a scrappy version with blue stars and edging. Mint green comes to mind, too, but surely you’ll have your own ideas.

This is a very simple quilt to sew up and great for beginning quilters with basic skills, as well as for advanced quilters. Sometimes the easiest projects are surprisingly stunning, and that’s the case with this delightful quilt.

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Here are other versions of this pattern from Pleasant Valley Creations.

Emma's Star Quilt

Emma's Star Quilt

Emma's Star Quilt

Emma's Star Quilt

Emma's Star Quilt

Choose fabrics from your collection of scraps, or use the provided yardage requirements to start from scratch with new fabric.

Instructions are provided for three quilt sizes:

  • Doll Quilt: 21″ x 28″
  • Crib Size: 40″ x 54″
  • Twin Size: 67″ x 80-1/2″
  • Queen Size: 80-1/2″ x 107-1/2″

We know you’ll have a lot of fun with this lovely quilt!

Click here to purchase the “Emma’s Star” quilt pattern.

 

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