The Jacob’s Ladder Quilt is a Classic Favorite
March 9, 2017 | Quilt Ideas|
Play with Fabric and Color for Your Own Unique Version!
The striking “Jacob’s Ladder” quilt pattern has long been a favorite among quilters. The graphic design offers many color options.
This version of the pattern has been simplified for modern quilters. It can be constructed from 2 1/2″ jelly roll strips and 5″ charm squares, reducing the amount of cutting involved.
Choose a favorite color combination for yours, or consider going scrappy. Coordinate fabrics from your stash around particular colors or go full-on scrappy for a beautiful quilt.
Scrappy “Jacob’s Ladder” quilt found on Quilting Board.
The finished quilt, from designer Jenny Doan, is 77″ x 89″.
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