This Lovely Quilt is More Than the Sum of its Parts |
Easily Make This Quilt Larger or Smaller by Adjusting the Number of Blocks!
There’s something about spaced blocks in a border that draw us to a quilt. They work especially well in this easy-to-make quilt. The body of the quilt is simple nine patches with borders. The white background between the blocks and borders brings the quilt to life.
The tutorial by Roslyn Mirrington of Bloom uses one jelly roll of prints and one white jelly roll. Choose a jelly roll of fabrics you love and before long you’ll have a wonderful pieced top ready for quilting.
We especially like the version shown below created by Susan Linder. Omit some of the blocks to size it for a baby quilt.
Quilt by Susan Linder.
Both of these quilts are lovely with their soft colors. We enjoy it made up in more vivid colors as well.
Quilt by TriciaJ.
Quilt by Rita Christie.
Quilt found on Life On Latimer Lane.
Quilt from Charisma’s Corner.
The finished quilt is 66.5″ x 90.5″.
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