Four Ways to Increase the Size of a Quilt

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One or More Will Work with Most Patterns!

Have you ever found yourself in love with a quilt pattern but wishing it were larger? Fortunately, there are a number of ways to increase the size of a quilt.





That means you can often make a lap or Twin quilt pattern into a Queen or King. Just determine which method for enlarging a quilt works best with the design.

Quilt Sizes Chart

Carrie Sisk from The Quilting Company has written a great article that outlines four ways you can increase the size of a quilt. You’ll find her suggestions at the following link.

Click here for the “Want King-Size Quilts? Resize your Quilt Patterns!” article.

Image Source: The quilt at the top of the page is from Sweet Leaf Notebook.

 

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