#419 My Favorite Quilt Pattern

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#419 My Favorite Quilt Pattern Pattern


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Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic quilting knowledge

Pattern Description:

# 419 My Favorite Quilt Pattern

Crib size: 36" x 43 1/2"
Twin Size: 66" x 81"
Queen Size: 81" X 96"

Exchange 2" strips with your friends! Cut up all your scraps into 2" strips..... any length!!! You can use any scrap as small as 2" x 2". The block looks like a log cabin block but it is easier then a log cabin. Get the same effect with half the work!

You will be amazed at how many quilts you can make once you get started. It is fun to see how the fabrics come to life. Even the ugly ones that you wondered why you bought them!

You'll love freeing up your stash so you can buy more fabric. It's a great guilt eliminator!!

**If you wanted to use jelly rolls which are 2 1/2", you could use them also instead of the 2" strips. It would just make your blocks a little bigger and your quilt a little larger!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Crib size: 42" x 56" Twin size: 74" x 102" Queen size: 88" x 102"


  • Fabric requirements listed on pattern.

You Will Also Need:

  • sewing machine, needles, thread, cutting mat, rotary cutter, ruler

About Designer

About Designer

DianaBeaubien on craftsy.com

I got my start sewing when I was very young. When my children where in school, I did alterations in my home. After moving to a small town I worked in a quilt shop for 10 years and taught quilting classes and also did longarm machine quilting. Six years ago I bought my own quilting machine and moved into my home and started distributing my quilt patterns. I love every aspect of the quilting ...

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