Let the Fabric Shine in a Simple Patchwork Quilt

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Have you ever purchased fabric only to realize you love it too much to cut it up into little pieces for quilt blocks? That’s what happened to Taunja at Carried Away Quilting when she purchased a gorgeous half-yard bundle.

In the end she decided to let the fabric shine. The half-yard cuts looked great next to each other so she cut large rectangles for a simple patchwork quilt.

Oxford Patchwork Quilt Instructions

The result is a beautiful, welcoming quilt that proves that simple can sometimes be best. Plus, it was a super easy quilt to make that even beginners can finish up.

Taunja’s completed quilt is 85” x 110”. However, you can easily adjust the size by altering the number of rows and columns.

Learn how it was made at the following link.

Click here for the free “Oxford Patchwork Quilt” instructions.


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