This is a Super Easy Quilt to Make!
One simple patch – a rectangle – is used to create this fun quilt. The patches are arranged into blocks with the background running through them. Once combined, the overall pattern emerges.
This quilt is a breeze to make. Beginning quilters will appreciate that there’s just one fabric shape to cut and no bias edges to deal with. Experienced quilters will enjoy how quickly it goes together.
Pretty polka dot fabrics lend a lighthearted air to the quilt. It will be lovely in just about any color combination. Just select fabrics that are similar in value to stand out against the light background.
The finished quilt, from designer Lyn Brown, is 50″ x 70″. Straight line or free motion quilting will finish it off nicely.
The “Raindrops” quilt pattern is included in Fun & Easy Scrappy Quilts, along with several other wonderful quilt projects.
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