This Beautiful Quilt is Highly Adaptable

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Make it Any Size and Color!

This pretty quilt is one of those great designs that’s highly adaptable. Change the size, make it square or rectangular, add borders or not and give it any color theme you want. Whatever you choose is sure to turn into a wonderful quilt.

It’s also easy to make. Two simple blocks make up the design, which is created by how you lay them out.

Sunny Skies Quilt Pattern

Quilt by Megan Pitz. Learn more here.

Start with a jelly roll of 2 1/2″ strips. Add a background and a predominant color for the chevron shapes. A solid background gives the eye places to rest. The chevron color can be a solid or print.

Sunny Skies Quilt Pattern

Quilt by Jessica Kerkhoff.

Sunny Skies Quilt Pattern

Quilt by Rhonda R. Learn more here.

Sunny Skies Quilt Pattern

Quilt from Missouri Star Quilt Co.

Sunny Skies Quilt Pattern

Quilt by Kim Gardner. Learn more here.

Jenny, from Missouri Star Quilt Co., shows how to make the “Sunny Skies” quilt in the following video. She breaks construction down into easy steps that make this quilt a breeze to complete.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

Jenny’s version is 58″ x 74″. To recreate it, you’ll need the following supplies.

Sunny Skies Quilt Pattern


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