Confetti Toss Pattern


PDF Digital Download

Have you made this pattern?
Share with the Craftsy community.

Quilting: Confetti Toss
rollover image to zoom
Confetti Toss Confetti Toss blue/brown
Confetti Toss Confetti Toss pink

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Rotary cutting, machine piecing

Pattern Description:

Every designer needs a strips and squares pattern. Or so I have been told. So here is mine. I'll be honest, strips and squares aren't my favorite to design with because I like a little more crazy in my patterns, but this pattern is kind of "me" for a few reasons: 1. The cheapo quilter in me loves that 8 fat quarters and 1 1/2 yards of another fabric will get you a cuddle quilt top, 2. There is one block to master, so chain piecing is a snap. 3. The blocks are then set in such a way that when you twist and turn them to get the top looking as you like it, you end up with very few points to match when you actually put the blocks together. 4. It's a beginner pattern that actually teaches a new skill, in this case creating a block using an unfinished seam. It's a simple pattern, but one that seems to make quilters of all levels kind of happy. Great for beginner classes, too!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 42" x 54" throw size shown, directions include twin option


  • 8 fat quarters
  • 1 1/2 yards focus fabric
  • 1/2 yard binding
  • batting and backing

You Will Also Need:

  • Sewing machine and a few hours to sew

About Designer

About Designer

EvaPaige QD on

I probably started sewing as a measure of self defense; if my mom was busy teaching me about 5/8" seams and casings for elastics, there was no way she could whip up yet another set of matching floor length gowns for my sister and I to wear while posing for photos at the local Sears photo studio.

While my mom sewed all manner of things, quilts were never one of them. I discovered quilting on my ...

Read More »

Other popular patterns:

View all Quilting patterns »