Create a Homespun Quilt from Easy Blocks

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Imagine it in Midnight Colors or in Crayon Brights!

Red, tan and blue come together in a striking quilt made from simple blocks. This easy project will go together quickly for both beginning and experienced quilters.

Four-patch and nine-patch blocks form the overall design. Stars are added for accent with fusible applique. The result is a cozy, homespun quilt with a bit of whimsy.

Nine-Patch and Four-Patch Stars Quilt Pattern

Change up the colors to make your own special version of this quilt. We can easily imagine it in midnight colors, as well as in crayon colors for a child.

The finished quilt, designed by Kate Laucomer, is 68″ x 82″.

Click here for the free “Nine-Patch and Four-Patch Stars” quilt.

If the link above does not work for you, click here for the direct download.



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