This Beautiful Quilt is So Versatile

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Make the Quilt, Bed Runner, Mini and More!

It’s fun to look at quilt patterns and imagine other ways the designs can be used. It’s even more fun when the designer lays out some of the options for you.

For example, this wonderful bed runner is one row from a larger quilt. Bed runners are great for changing the decor when you don’t have time to make a larger quilt. Plus, they’re perfect for people who tend to have cold feet. This one measures 62” x 24” and is perfect for the foot of a queen bed. Learn more here.

Star Crossed Pines Bed Runner

Another example is this charming mini quilt made from one complete block. It’s a quick project that will add a splash of seasonal color wherever you choose to display it. Or go ahead and make two and sew them end to end for a lovely table runner. The finished mini quilt is 14” x 24”. Learn more here.

Star Crossed Pines Mini Quilt

The full quilt is also a charmer. It will be beautiful in your favorite Christmas colors.

Star Crossed Pines Quilt Pattern

Taunja Kelvington from Carried Away Quilting is the creative designer behind this versatile pattern. The finished quilt is 74 1/2″ x 80 1/2″.

Click here to purchase the “Star Crossed Pines” quilt pattern.

 

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