Strong Contrasts Make This Easy Quilt So Striking

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It’s Great in Many Color Themes and Fabric Styles!

Value and color contrasts make this an eye-catching quilt to enjoy any time of the year. Solids create maximum contrast against crisp white for striking results. Or use a nice combination of prints for a softer effect.

Start with a nice combination of 2 1/2″ jelly roll strips, 10″ layer cake squares, or yardage. Choose an accent, like the white shown here, for contrast.

Little Miss Quilt Pattern

Easy piecing makes this a relatively quick project, even for beginners.

Little Miss Quilt Pattern

Instructions are provided by the designer, Andy from A Bright Corner, for the following quilt sizes:

  • Crib – 44″ x 55″
  • Throw – 55″ x 66″
  • Twin – 66″ x 88″
  • Queen – 88″ x 88″

Click here to purchase the “Little Miss” quilt pattern.


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