Mix and Match Your Favorite Fabrics in This Colorful Quilt!
Are you looking for a quilt pattern that will use up some of those fabrics you already have on hand?
You’ll have a lot of fun going through your stash and selecting fabrics for this quilt. Just be sure to keep them all similar in value so the overall pattern stands out against the background.
The “Prairie Rose Garden” quilt by designer Sarah Zimmerman is simple to make. It’s all about half square triangles, and easy instructions for those are included. Plus, you’ll learn how to cleverly keep the rows and columns of each block straight as you’re sewing them together.
The finished quilt is 64″ x 82″, perfect as a throw. Or, make the quilt larger or smaller by adjusting the number of blocks.
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