Enjoy This Lovely Quilt Every Spring or All Year Long

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Choose Your Favorite Color for the Background!

Create a fresh and colorful quilt from a variety of pretty prints. Each block is a different color, giving the quilt a delightful scrappy look.





Choose a background color you love to tie the quilt together. The designer made two versions, one with a beautiful cornflower blue and the other in cheerful yellow.

Apple Butter Scrapflower Quilt Pattern

Select a combination of fat eighths or fat quarters for the flower blocks. Yardage cut into 1/8″ yard cuts will work, as well.

The blocks are simple to create and will go together quickly. Combine blocks to create the size quilt you want.

Apple Butter Scrapflower Quilt Pattern

The quilts shown here, from Tilda, are 60″ x 80″.

Fabrics for both versions are from Tilda’s “Apple Butter” line. Pre-cuts and yardage are available here at Etsy while supplies last. The pattern includes a list of the fabrics used.

Click here for the free “Apple Butter Scrapflower Quilt” pattern.

A pattern is also available for charming matching pillows. Four blocks are framed with a border to create pillow covers that are 22″ x 22″.

Apple Butter Scrapflower Quilt Pattern

The pillow front will make a lovely mini quilt for your wall or table, too.

Click here for the free “Apple Butter Scrapflower Pillow” pattern.

 

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