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Grande Scrappy Tiles


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Grande Scrappy Tiles is the super-sized version of the Scrappy Tiles quilt pattern. The finished quilt top appears to be a improvisationally pieced quilt top, but is actually a single 24" x 24" (finished) block rotated randomly within the quilt top. This pattern is very beginner friendly and be created using your favorite scraps, fat quarters, and/or 1/4 yard cuts. Grande Scrappy Tiles is perfect for your favorite fabrics that you do not want to cut into small pieces. The queen sized cover quilt was made using April Showers by Bonnie and Camille for Moda along with coordinating prints and solids. The quilt pattern includes instructions for lap, twin, and queen quilt sizes. Lap quilt: 72" x 72" Twin quilt: 72" x 96" Queen quilt: 96" x 96" The materials needed for the quilt can be found in the picture above. I am happy for home-based businesses to sell items made using my pattern on a small scale. Please credit Cheryl Brickey of Meadow Mist Designs as the pattern designer. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic quilting skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Lap quilt: 72" x 72" Twin quilt: 72" x 96" Queen quilt: 96" x 96"

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  • Basic quilting materials and tools
  • Fabric amounts needed can be found in the pictures above

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Meadow Mist Designs
Meadow Mist Designs
Hi there! I am a chemical engineer/patent agent by day, a quilter at night, and a mom and wife all the time. I love my family and being a mom to my 6 year old son and 3 year old daughter. Combining my engineering and technical writing backgrounds with quilting has lead me to become a pattern designer. Designing, writing quilt instructions, and doing quilty math are some of my favorite aspects to quilting. You can follow my quilting adventures at