Scraps Star in This Versatile Quilt

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Easily Adjust the Size from Crib to King!

This charming scrappy quilt is made almost entirely of 2 1/2″ squares. Cut them from leftover jelly roll strips and charm squares, or from fresh fabric or scraps.

Better yet, get in the habit of cutting leftovers into 2 1/2″ strips and squares whenever you’re cutting for a quilt project. In time you’ll have a marvelous selection of squares to choose from for projects like this one.

Film at Five Quilt

The quilt, by Deanna at Wedding Dress Blue, is a simple project for beginning and experienced quilters alike. It’s so easy to make that you may find yourself making more than one.

Change the look by changing the background fabric and the main color focus of the fabric squares. Just about any color you love will blend with scraps (whether they are color coordinated or not) and produce a stunning quilt.

These examples are from Wedding Dress Blue. Visit the site to see many other variations.

Film at Five Quilt Tutorial

Quilt by Jane.

Film at Five Quilt TutorialQuilt by Jennifer.

Film at Five Quilt TutorialQuilt by Colleen.

Film at Five QuiltQuilt by Jane.

Film at Five QuiltQuilt by Lucie.

Film at Five QuiltQuilt by Jennifer

Instructions are provided for a quilt that’s 86-1/2″ x 86-1/2″. You can easily alter the size by adjusting the number of blocks.

Click here for the free “Film at Five” quilt tutorial.






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