Mix Small-Scale Prints for a Charming Quilt

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This is an Easy Quilt to Make!

This charming quilt is so easy to make, even for beginners. A wide assortment of smaller-scale prints gives it a scrappy vintage vibe.

Start with a pack of 10″ layer cake squares or choose a nice combination of leftovers from your stash. You’ll cut them apart and mix them up to create a coordinated scrappy look. You can also use small pieces of yardage and scraps.

Square Dance Quilt Pattern

Of course, the quilt will be beautiful in any color palette. Consider prints for any season for a quick and easy themed quilt.

The completed quilt, designed by Jen Daly, is 61 1/2″ x 70 1/2″. It’s easy to add more blocks for a larger quilt (or use fewer for a baby or table quilt).

You’ll find the pattern for the “Square Dance” quilt in One Day Quilts.

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A combination of Lori Holt prints was used in the example. You’ll find packs of 10″ layer cake squares here.


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