Showcase Beautiful Fabric in a Super Easy Quilt

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Get Creative with Fabric Selection and Give This Quilt Any Personality!

Rectangles and sashing come together in a simple quilt that can have many moods depending on the fabric combination you choose. Go for soft and flowery, bold and striking or anything in between.





Give the quilt a scrappy look or control the colors. Whatever you choose, the sashing will pull everything together. This is a great project for showcasing large-scale prints and other favorite fabrics.

Simple Sashing and Rectangles Quilt

Here are some examples to get you started in creating your own version of this super easy quilt.

Simple Sashing and Rectangles Quilt Pattern

Quilt by Karen, found on Flickr.

Baby Boy Rectangle Reverie Quilt

“Baby Boy Rectangle Reverie Quilt” by Vanessa.

Rectangle Reverie Quilt

“Rectangle Reverie” quilt by Monica, the Happy Zombie. See more here.

Rectangle Reverie Quilt

Quilt made by Quilt Dad John.

Rectangle Reverie Quilt

Quilt by Becky at My Fabric Obsession.

Rectangle Reverie Quilt

Quilt by Connie Kresin Campbell at Freemotion by the River.

The pattern was inspired by Rectangle Reverie from designer Monica Solorio-Snow of Happy Zombie.

The finished quilt is 58 1/2″ x 81 1/2″.

Click here for the free “Simple Sashing and Rectangles Quilt” pattern.

Or click here to download the pattern PDF.

 

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