This Charming Quilt is So Versatile

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It’s Great for Showcasing Beautiful Fabric!

This charming quilt is fun, easy, and has two block options. Make either the four-patch version or the large-square option. Either way, it’s a great project for featuring a special combination of fabric.

Plus, it’s very versatile. According to the designer, Andy Knowlton from A Bright Corner:

“Prime Time is a great way to use Layer Cake squares, but you also have the option of using Charm squares, Fat Quarters, or yardage. And it works with any fabric – florals, geometrics, batiks and even solids. It’s really versatile! It would even make a fun I-Spy style quilt with fussy cut fabrics in each block.”

Prime Time Quilt Pattern

Four-patch version.

Prime Time Quilt Pattern

Prime Time Quilt Pattern

Large-square version.

The quilt will also be charming made up in prints for any season. It’s easy to imagine it in Christmas colors as well as in beautiful autumn prints.

Prime Time Quilt Pattern

Prime Time Quilt Pattern

Prime Time Quilt Pattern

Choose between four quilt sizes, and don’t be surprised if you make more than one:

  • Baby – 53″ x 53″
  • Throw – 53″ x 71″
  • Twin – 71″ x 88″
  • Queen – 106″ x 106″

Click here to purchase the “Prime Time” quilt pattern.


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