This quilt pattern is ideal for the beginning quilter. It is quick and easy to put together and is a great way to show off a variety of fabrics. This quilt looks best when made with fabrics with medium and large prints. This pattern includes instructions for two baby quilts and a lap quilt. The pattern includes detailed color diagrams to guide you through every step of piecing the quilts. Fabric Requirements: Baby Quilt (36.5 x 48.5”) - 12 - 5 x width of fabric strips - 14 fabric for…
10 x 5 rectangles from various red fabrics, created blocks using two different red panels, and then did a fence row-esque pattern, alternating vertical and horizontal placement. Simple straightline quilting and used strips of reds for my binding. Used a bedsheet for the backing in a nice grey.
This sweet little Ann Weber lap quilt pattern from our archives is just such a design, with only one simple block and two shades of a favorite color…it’s like a breath of fresh air. Description from mccallsquilting.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Tifton Tiles Fat Quarter Quilt - Combine nine fat quarters of floral fabric to make a quilt top that will make a garden out of any surface. This Garden Panels Fat Quarter Quilt uses fat quarters and a colorful backing fabric to create a lap quilt pattern that is perfect for just about any occasion. With the right combination of prints, you can create a garden for any season. This free quilt pattern would make a great throw quilt pattern, as well.