Reversible "Quilt-as-You-Go" Crib Quilt

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Reversible "Quilt-as-You-Go" Crib Quilt Pattern

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Quilting: Reversible 'Quilt-as-You-Go' Crib Quilt
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Blanket/Bedspread

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • basic sewing and quilting skills

Pattern Description:

I am a Project Linus blanketeer and wanted to share this easy-to-sew, reversible "quilt-as-you-go" design I created that is sewn in the same manner as the flannel strip quilt often used for Project Linus Blanket Days, but requires shorter fabric strips. I came up with it because I had lots of leftovers from past quilts, but few of my remnant pieces were long enough to cut the required WOF strips for a traditional Project Linus strip quilt.

The finished quilt made with this design is about 34" x 42". I easily made one in a few hours for my niece's new baby. To make a doll quilt, simply reduce the size of the fabric strips by half.

Skill Level: Experienced Beginner

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • approximately 34" x 42"

Materials:

  • flannel fabrics
  • thread to match fabrics

You Will Also Need:

  • ruler or cutting mat with measurement guide
  • scissors or rotary cutter

About Designer

About Designer

thesilverpenny on craftsy.com

I have been crafting since birth, I think. I don't remember a time when I wasn't making things from fabric, yarn, paper, beads, natural objects or purchased craft supplies. It's so relaxing and enjoyable. I guess I'm just a big kid (at heart) because one of my favorite themes for my sewing projects are fairies!

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