Wrap Someone Special in This Cheerful Quilt

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Choose Colors and Fabrics to Suit the Recipient!

Big colorful hearts combine for a cheerful quilt that’s an easy project to complete. It’s the perfect quilt for someone special and great for larger scale prints

We love the happy fabrics chosen by the designer. The colorful solids and prints are perfect for a child or anyone who loves fun things.

I Love You This Much Quilt Pattern

The quilt will be just as wonderful in other fabric styles and color themes. Change its personality to suit the recipient by playing with fabric choices.

We can easily imagine it in more subdued coloring, in crayon colors, and in batiks, plaids, novelty prints or retro fabrics. Choose a sashing color to provide an accent and a border to pull everything together. In fact, like here, you might design the hearts around colors found in the border.

Instructions are provided by the designer, Sue Marsh of Whistlepig Creek Productions, for the following quilt sizes:

  • Crib Quilt Size – 56 7/8″ x 56 7/8″
  • Lap Quilt Size – 71″ x 71″
  • Twin Quilt Size – 71″ x 85 1/8″
  • Block Size – 9″ x 9″

You’ll find the pattern for “I Love You This Much” in Quilting with Precuts.

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