This Quilt Shows off Beautiful Fabric to Perfection

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There Are So Many Design Options You May Want to Make More Than One!

Let your inner designer come out and play with this versatile quilt pattern. The striking design will be eye-catching in whatever fabrics you choose.

Display it on the wall or use it on a table. It makes a comforting lap quilt, too. Vary the colors and fabric styles however you wish.

Facets Quilt Pattern

Facets Quilt Pattern

As Anne, the designer says:

“Facets is a very versatile pattern sized to work with scraps, charms, layer cakes or fat quarters as well as yardage. It works well with solids and prints including large scale prints. You can make it with a combination of solids and prints as featured or use all solids or all prints. The choices are endless.”

Facets Quilt Pattern

Plus, it’s an easy quilt to put together. You can have it ready for quilting in just a few hours.

Facets Quilt Pattern

The pattern, from SpringLeaf Studios, includes a Design Exploration page with 8 other designs for laying out the blocks. Plus, trimmed leftovers can be made into pillows using the provided instructions.

Once completed, the quilt is 54″ x 54, but yardage is included for other sizes.

Click here to purchase the “Facets” quilt pattern.




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