Use Up Leftovers in This Colorful Baby Quilt

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Older Kids and Adults Will Love it Too!

Play with color for this easy quilt and configure it however you prefer. Simple blocks, each of a predominant color, can be moved around until you find the design you like best.

This is a wonderful project for scraps, especially leftover jelly roll strips and charm squares. The more the better for an interesting and colorful design.

Sparkle Quilt Pattern

The quilt was designed for a crib or child but can be used as a lap quilt or made larger for a throw. Choose colors you enjoy together, whether bright or soft, and make it uniquely yours.

The finished quilt, as designed by Monica Dunkley, is 48″ x 48″.

Click here to purchase the “Sparkle” quilt pattern.


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