Ribbon Box Quilt Proves That Sometimes Simple is Best

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Great Project for Beginning Quilters!

Sometimes you find a quilt design that is so simple yet stunningly effective that you’re a bit awed by it. That was the case when we saw the “Ribbon Box Quilt” by Michelle Engel Bencsko from Make It Sew Projects.





We love the soft colors and patchwork feel of this quilt but can easily imagine it sewn up with more vivid fabrics. Either way, it will make an impact wherever you display it.

Ribbon Box Quilt Pattern

Piecing this quilt is a snap. Simply follow the explicit diagrams so that the various fabrics end up in the right spots. Simple straight line machine stitching and stipple quilting emphasize the quilt’s design.

Both beginning and experienced quilters will enjoy this pattern and find that it goes together quite quickly.

The finished quilt is 55″ x 63″.

Get the free “Ribbon Box” quilt pattern here.

 

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