Scrappy Sister’s Choice Quilt is Fun and Easy |
Use Up Those Leftover 2 1/2″ Strips!
This scrappy “Sister’s Choice” quilt is a fun opportunity to play with fabrics and create a quilt with your own unique color combination.
Plus, it’s ideal for using up those leftover 2 1/2″ strips. Every piece of this quilt, except for the borders, can be cut from them.
If you don’t have enough strips already on hand, you’ll have fun shopping for fat quarters to flesh out what you have. You might even choose yardage of coordinated fabrics, rather than give your quilt a scrappy look.
Or, do as Cora at Cora Quilts did and choose a couple of complementary jelly rolls.
We love the homespun look of Cora’s quilt. The finished size is 46″ by 65″.
The following version, from Bonnie K. Hunter, is just as lovely.
Bonnie, from Quiltville, provides instructions for 10″ blocks. Make as many as you need for the size quilt you want. Don’t forget to take into account the width of the borders.
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