It Makes a Lovely Baby Quilt, Too!
This wonderful quilt is a beautiful example of what can happen when you reduce the size of a large quilt to baby quilt size. In this case, fewer blocks were used and the border was omitted to produce a small quilt.
While the finished size is not included, we’re guessing it’s about 45″ square.
The full sized quilt is just as lovely and will be great in a favorite fabric line or color theme. It will be beautiful in Christmas fabrics, deep fall colors and the light prints of spring.
Quilt from Gordy and Micks.
Start with 10″ layer cake squares to easily coordinate your own beautiful rendition.
Designed by Vanessa from Lella Boutique, the pattern includes instructions for two sizes:
The finished blocks are 9″ square. Vanessa used 25 blocks in a 5 x 5 configuration for her baby quilt. Learn more here.
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