Create a Fun and Festive Quilt with Crayon Colors

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Other Color Themes Will be Great Too!

Bright colors and offset blocks create a fun quilt with a lot of movement. Solids or tone-on-tone prints in crayon colors give the quilt a fun, festive feel.

Or go with another color theme, and even prints, to make it your own. The quilt’s personality will change and take on a whole new look.

Block Hop Quilt Pattern

Jelly roll strips (2 1/2″) are used to make the quilt. You’ll find a nice selection of solid jelly rolls here. It’s easy to imagine the quilt made in any of those color combos so take a look if you need inspiration.

This is a simple quilt to make and a fairly quick project. Have fun giving it your own color twist.

Instructions are provided by the designer, Harding Hill Designs, for three quilt sizes:

  • Crib – 40-1/2″ x 58-1/2″
  • Lap – 60-1/2″ x 70-1/2 “
  • Twin – 70-1/2″ x 82-1/2″

Click here to purchase the “Block Hop” quilt pattern.


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