Create an Appealing Quilt from Fat Quarters

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It Can Also Be Made From Scraps!

This beautiful quilt makes wonderful use of a fat quarter pack. The coordinated prints work so well together and create a wonderfully inviting quilt.

Select a combination of fat quarters you love for your own version. Make sure to include both light prints for the background and more colorful prints for the blocks. Scraps will also work well in this quilt.

Buttermilk Basics Quilt Instructions

A combination of colors, like in the example, makes a wonderful quilt. Or go with a more closely coordinated color palette.

Buttermilk Basics Quilt Instructions

It’s a simple quilt to make. Plus, the size can be adjusted very easily by adding or deleting blocks.

The finished quilt, designed by Jessica Dayon, is 58 1/2″ x 70 1/2″.

Click here for the free “Buttermilk Basics Quilt” instructions.


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