This Scrappy Quilt is a Snap to Make |
The More Fabrics the Merrier for This Wonderful Quilt!
Dig into your scrap bag for this eye-catching quilt and have fun selecting bits of this and that to add variety to the quilt. Fat quarters and fat eighths can be used to round out the scraps you have on hand.
Select a fabric for the border to pull all the scraps together. The brown used here gives the quilt a cozy feel. Another color will change the overall look while being just as warm and comforting.
The design of this quilt depends on strong value contrasts so carefully sort your scraps into light and dark before you begin cutting.
“Snowball” quilt from Lisa Bongean’s Weblog.
The finished quilt, designed by Joyce Stewart, is 84″ x 90 1/2″.
The pattern is included in the free “Easy Bed Sized Quilt Patterns” eBook from McCall’s Quilting. You may need to enter your email address in order to access it.
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