Fabric Selection is a Breeze for This Easy Quilt

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A Variety of Prints and Patterns Contribute to a Coordinated Scrappy Look!

This scrappy-look quilt harmonizes beautifully by starting with a fat quarter bundle. Choose fat quarters in three colors and watch how the quilt pulls together.

Of course, you can choose fat quarters from your stash, too. Just decide on three colors and select four fat quarters of each. In this example the designer chose aqua, tan and red prints.

Harmony Quilt Pattern

Blue, yellow and orange are lovely in the following version. Whatever colors you decide on will be too. A variety of prints and patterns will add interest and contribute to a scrappy look.

Harmony Quilt Pattern

Once you have your 12 fat quarters, choose complementary yardage for the sashing and borders. An additional fat quarter is used for the cornerstones.

Harmony Quilt Pattern

Learn more about this flannel version here. The fabric is available here while supplies last.

This is a wonderfully easy quilt to make, even for beginning quilters. If you can cut accurately and sew consistent quarter-inch seams you’ll have it done before you know it.

Harmony Quilt Pattern

Learn more about this version here.

The finished quilt, from Carried Away Quilting, is 74″ x 74″.

Click here to purchase the “Harmony” quilt pattern.

 

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