This Scrappy Quilt Has So Many Possibilities

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It’s Super Easy to Make, Too!

Sew together scraps from your stash for a charming quilt to keep or to give. The wide variety of fabrics are pulled together by the lattice sashing, taming and unifying the quilt.

We love the yellow sashing shown here. Imagine another light color, such as white, tan, turquoise or anything else that will go well with your scraps you’ve chosen. There are so many possibilities with this pattern.

Lattice Quilt Pattern

Another option is to choose fabrics of various styles but all in one predominant color, or in a coordinated combination.

Lattice Quilt

Quilt by SewWhatByMindyKay.

Or, make the lattice strips scrappy too for a charming combination.

Lattice Quilt

Quilt by NorBanaquilts.

Plaids and ginghams are beautiful in this pattern, as well.

Lattice QuiltPosted to Flickr by Nannette.

1930s reproduction fabrics are so pretty in this pattern. A wider border finishes it off beautifully.

Lattice Quilt

Quilt by No No Thimbles.

This quilt is a quick and easy one. Even beginning quilters will find it a simple one to stitch together.

The pattern for this quilt appears in “Fun and Easy Scrap Quilting”. The finished size is not provided (although it is in the magazine). Simply create enough blocks to make the finished quilt the size you want.

Click here to purchase the digital version of “Fun and Easy Scrap Quilting”.








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