Make a Pretty Quilt from Skinny Strips |
Mix Textures and Colors to Make it Yours!
Skinny strips easily come together in a perfectly charming quilt. Honeybun strips were used by the designer but you can cut your own.
Honeybuns are the little sisters of jelly rolls. The strips are 1 1/2″ wide and finish at 1″. Select a honeybun from a fabric line you love for a lap sized quilt (two for a bed sized quilt). Or, cut strips from leftovers or yardage for your own combination of textures and colors.
Once you have the strips, this is a super easy quilt to make, even for beginners. It’s a relatively quick project, too.
The pattern, from Frivolous Necessity, includes instructions for three quilt sizes:
- Baby – 42″ x 42″
- Lap – 42″ x 61″
- Twin – 61″ x 80″
Add more blocks for a larger quilt.
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