A Sweet Little Quilt for Someone Special

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A Quick Project for Someone You Love!

Rows of hearts band together to make this sweetly cheerful quilt. The easy heart blocks are a snap to make and the echo quilting is easy to do yet very striking. Together, they make a charming little quilt to give as a gift or to display in your home.

This project is also a good scrap buster. Choose whatever colors you prefer to produce this little gem.

Zig Zag Love Quilt Pattern

The finished quilt, designed by Hope Nelson from Hope’s Quilt Designs, measures 25″ x 21.5″. You can easily make it larger by adding more heart blocks or complementary borders.

Zig Zag Love Quilt Pattern

Quilt by @suzitee.

Zig Zag Love Quilt Pattern

Quilt by @fosterfam.

Bolder colors are also great in this quilt.

Zig Zag Love Quilt Pattern

Quilt by the designer. Learn more here.

Zig Zag Love Quilt Pattern

Quilt by @quiltingguy.

Zig Zag Love Quilt Pattern

A miniature version by the designer. Learn more here.

Another option is to make larger hearts. Instructions are included for making the hearts any size and for a lap size quilt (44.5 x 56.5″) and a single bed size (55.5″ x 82.5″).

Click here to purchase the “Zig Zag Love” quilt pattern.

You’ll find a diagram and instructions for quilting the quilt here.



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