The Perfect Quilt for Using Up Solid Scraps

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Imagine This Made In Colorful Prints for a Whole New Look!

Solid scraps and pieces from fat quarters combine in this stunning quilt. Prints, while changing the look, would be charmingly beautiful too. The sawtooth border is perfect for finishing it off.

This pattern is an easy one to construct. Just make half-square triangles and frame them with colorful sashing. Construction will go quicker if you make 8 half-square triangles at a time. Learn how to do that here.

Grandma's Broken Dishes QuiltSelect a combination of colorful fabrics, being mindful of value contrasts. The more colors the better! Once it’s completed, you’ll have a stunning quilt to use anywhere in the house.

The finished quilt, by designer Diane Tomlinson, is 67″ x 81″. Other size options are included in the pattern.

Click here to purchase the “Grandma’s Broken Dishes” quilt pattern.



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