Make a Baby Quilt, Topper, Runner, Placemats, and More!
One simple block can be used to make a baby quilt (or table topper), a table runner in two sizes, and matching placemats. Plus, instructions for four block sizes allow you to make larger or smaller quilts as well.
You’ll love how easy these projects are. Make one or all and enjoy how quickly they go together.
Start with a coordinated combination of prints. Add a background to complement them.
We love the striking color palette chosen by the designer. However, other color combinations will be great too. Feel free to experiment and take these projects in any direction that appeals to you.
Instructions are provided by the designer, Connie Kresin Campbell from Freemotion by the River, for the following sizes:
- Baby Quilt or Table Topper – 26″ x 34″
- Table Runner – 18″ x 54″ or 16″ x 32″
- Placemats – 11″ x 17″
- Four block sizes for larger or smaller quilts
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