This Row Quilt is So Easy to Make

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Make Yours as Big or Small as You Like!

Rows of 9-patch blocks set on point alternate with colorful borders in this easy-to-make quilt. Small-scale prints give it a charming retro look.





Perhaps best of all, the size of this quilt is very easy to adjust. Make the rows shorter, use fewer borders and size it just right for you.

This is a super simple quilt to make. With accurate cutting and consistent 1/4″ seams even beginning quilters can complete this quilt.

Between the Lines Quilt

Strips tend to bow when several are sewn together. That’s something to keep in mind with this quilt. Fortunately, there’s an easy solution to prevent strips from bowing, which you can learn about here.

The finished quilt by designer Mabeth Oxenreider is 86 1⁄8 × 102 1⁄2″.

Click here for the free “Between the Lines” quilt tutorial.

 

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