Easily Adjust the Size of This Lovely Quilt

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Looking for a Quick and Easy Bed Sized Quilt? This is It!

We love the simplicity of the “Rebekah Amy Quilt” by designer Rosalie Quinlan. There are no small pieces or tricky piecing to deal with. Plus, you can easily adjust the size of the finished quilt by adding or subtracting rows.

This would be a great first quilt for beginning quilters, while experienced quilters will finish this quilt quickly. All you’ll need to cut are 4″ blocks and 1.5″ strips. Simple quilting along seam lines is all that’s needed, although you can do something fancier if you wish.

Rebekah Amy Quilt Pattern

 Photo courtesy of Playing in the Attic.

We found a free pattern from ellabluefabrics.com. The finished quilt, when made as directed, is 57″ x 57″.

We’ve included several pictures of the quilt done in various colorways to show you how versatile this pattern is.

Get the free “Rebekah Amy Quilt” PDF pattern here.

Rebekah Amy Quilt Pattern

Photo courtesy of FabricGarden.com.au

Rebekah Amy Quilt Pattern

Photo courtesy of Rosalie Quinlan Designs.

Rebekah Amy Quilt

 Photo courtesy of Playing in the Attic. Notice the hand quilting.

Rebekah Amy Quilt Pattern

Photo courtesy of Bits My Way.




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