Fat Quarters are Perfect for This Charming Quilt |
Scrappy-Look Log Cabin Blocks are So Easy to Make!
Fat quarters from a coordinated fabric line will work beautifully together for this charming quilt. Each of 25 fat quarters will appear in three different blocks, giving the quilt a scrappy look.
Of course, you can use scraps and make this a true scrap quilt. Or, coordinate around a particular color theme. You can also choose a nice combination of fat quarters from your stash.
The quilt is constructed of easy Log Cabin blocks, making this a fairly quick project even for beginning quilters.
The finished quilt, from designer Beth Hayes, is 60 1/2″ square.
The free pattern for this quilt is from McCall’s Quilting. You’ll need to enter your email address in order to download the booklet containing this and two other patterns made from fat quarters.
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