Add a border, layer and quilt. Don’t you love the striped binding? Simple, yet utterly charming.
The quilt, by Amy of eamylove, is a variation of a pattern by Sherri from A Quilting Life Patterns. Here’s the original version by the pattern’s designer.
Both little quilts are made from 2 1/2″ fabric squares. Choose a mini charm pack or cut squares from your stash.
Notice how Amy altered the inner border (no cornerstones) and stopped there without adding the final border (learn more about Amy’s quilt here).
Another variation is to end with the inner border but keep the cornerstones. The version below is by Christine (found on A Quilting Life).
Jane made the pattern up as specified. Traditional fabrics give it an entirely different look.
Wendy’s version is just as wonderful while being uniquely hers.
This sweet version is from Carried Away Quilting.
Isn’t it fun how a simple pattern can take on so many personalities? It’s all in the fabric choices and, sometimes, a minor alteration or two.
Sherri’s pattern is for a 27″ x 27″ table topper.