This is a Super Easy One, Too!
Warm and cool blocks alternate in this colorful quilt. Two jelly rolls of solid fabric were used, one in cool and another in warm colors. You may find a nice array of colors together in one roll (you’ll need two of them) or combine stips from various rolls to create your own palette.
This is a super easy quilt to make. There are few points to match, making it ideal for beginners.
The quilt will take on many personalities, depending on the fabrics you choose. This rainbow version in solids is beautiful and eye-catching. Prints will be lovely too. Play with color and fabric style to create your own.
Once completed, the finished quilt, designed by Cheryl Brickey, is 80” x 80”. You can easily adjust the size by adding or deleting blocks.
You’ll find a nice selection of Kona solid jelly rolls here.
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