Friday Free Quilt Patterns: New Year’s Sparklers

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It’s almost 2017, and we have the perfect Friday FREEbie to share in celebration of the upcoming year. New Year’s Sparklers, designed by Michele Scott, is a gorgeous star quilt that’s so full of color and sparkle that it’s bound to light up any room, any time.

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Michele used batiks by Timeless Treasures in a delightful variety of beautiful hues. Take care to use an exact 1/4″ seam allowance when piecing the blocks so the pieced border will fit perfectly. The quilt finishes at 83″ x 96 3/4.

Click here for the free downloadable New Year’s Sparklers quilt pattern.

This Friday FREEbie is part of our free ebook, Sparkling Star Quilt Patterns – in addition to the New Year’s Sparklers pattern, you’ll also get two more free patterns in the download. NOTE: You’ll need to enter your email address at the link to get the ebook.

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Ring Around the Toesies: A Visit with Kate Colleran

Colleran Kate 225px 224x300 Ring Around the Toesies: A Visit with Kate ColleranWelcome back guest blogger, quilt designer, and author Kate Colleran of Seams Like a Dream Quilt Designs! Kate‘s new bed runner quilt pattern, Ring Around the Toesies, is in the February/March 2017 issue of McCall’s Quick Quilts magazine

Hi everyone! Kate Colleran here from Seams Like a Dream Quilt Designs and it is super fun to be back with you guest blogging. Today I am talking about my bed runner, Ring Around the Toesies, featured in the February/March 2017 issue of McCalls Quick Quilts magazine.

Have you ever gone into a hotel and the bed is covered with a white duvet and a lovely bed runner graces the bottom of the bed? Doesn’t it look pretty?

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That’s what I was thinking about when I designed this bed runner, Ring Around the Toesies. I was also thinking that sometimes you don’t want or need another quilt! Or have time to make a queen or king sized quilt. So if you don’t have time for a quilt, a bed runner is a great way to dress up the bed. And you can make a few and change it up for the seasons. My runner was made using fabrics from the Feathers and Flourishes line by Amanda Murphy for Benartex. I think it’s a great look for spring!

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Crystal Zagnoli quilted the runner using a beautiful light blue thread.

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You could also make one using a lovely holiday line like the Midnight Clear fabric line by 3 Sisters for Moda Fabrics. Now you have one for the holidays:

Midnight Clear bed runner Ring Around the Toesies: A Visit with Kate Colleran

Or maybe in white with gold and silver?

Holiday Bed Scarf Ring Around the Toesies: A Visit with Kate Colleran

Or maybe make one using the fun, bright Desert Bloom line by Sherri and Chelsi for Moda. A summer runner for sure!

Desert Bloom bed runner Ring Around the Toesies: A Visit with Kate Colleran

And for fall, you could go with this rich look using Gratitude by Jo Morton for Moda.

Gratitude bed runner Ring Around the Toesies: A Visit with Kate Colleran

See how different they all look with the different fabrics with different styles? What would you use to make your runner? Holiday fabric? Deep oranges and rust for fall? Or something bright and bold for summer? Leave us a comment and be entered for a chance to win 8 fat eighth pieces from the Feathers and Flourishes line and a copy of my pattern Kozy Q Scarf so you can whip up a fun infinity scarf.

Happy quilting!
Kate

Giveaway for blog post 122916 300x300 Ring Around the Toesies: A Visit with Kate ColleranThanks, Kate. And thanks for providing this super prize! Leave a comment below before midnight January 8, 2017 and you’ll be entered into our random drawing. The winning name will be drawn on January 9 and notified by email with subject line beginning YOU WON.

This contest is open to US and Canadian residents, excluding Quebec. 

If you’d like to make a Ring Around the Toesies bed runner quilt of your own and don’t already have a copy of the February/March 2017 issue of McCall’s Quick Quilts, you can order print and digital magazines in our online shop. The Ring Around the Toesies quilt pattern is also available separately as an instant digital download.

 

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Hot Off The Press: McCall’s Quick Quilts February/March 2017!

QQ1703 Cover 500px 221x300 Hot Off The Press: McCalls Quick Quilts February/March 2017!Color, value, and scale – these three qualities contribute so much to the success of any quilt design. And the 12 beautiful quilts in the new February/March 2017 issue of McCall’s Quick Quilts are a wonderful study in all three factors.

Seldom have we had a cover quilt with as much color pizzazz as Rainbow Lattice by Heidi Pridemore. Batik fabrics from the Timeless Treasures Tonga Jelly Bean collection really deliver on saturated color and tempting texture. Heidi’s clever piecing creates strong diagonal lines with easy blocks set in straight rows – it’s magical!

 

Star Kisses Hot Off The Press: McCalls Quick Quilts February/March 2017!

Star Kisses

Next up is a fat quarter quilt with big, bold blocks that play with value combinations. Star Kisses by Allison Jensen starts with 12 fabric fat quarters (from the Hazelwood collection by One Canoe Two for Moda), each cut into patches for one star center and one star background. Then the value fun begins! Depending on how you combine fabrics in each block, some will be high contrast and some low, giving the quilt sparkle and intrigue. If you’d like to make this quilt using the same fabrics as Allison, a limited number of kits are available.

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White Noise

Each issue of Quick Quilts includes step-by-step photos demonstrating special quilt making tips and tricks, and this issue has a couple of great ones. Learn to do improvisational cutting and piecing to give the background areas of the White Noise quilt excitement and movement. This is a technique you’ll love for making the most of scrap fabrics in an artistic, modern way.

 

 

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Strippy

 

And have you ever had trouble sewing long fabric strips together straight and accurately? The photo series in the Strippy quilt pattern has the secret for keeping your work flat and straight, even with super-long strips like the 70″ ones used in this quilt.

 

 

 

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Concerto

 

Concerto is a quilt for music lovers of all ages. The strong value contrast between the cream and black fabrics from The Music In Me collection by Kanvas Studio for Benartex gives this lap quilt big graphic punch. Fussy-cutting makes best use of the fabric prints, and we’ve even included bonus quilting motifs in the Pattern Section of the magazine, so you can quilt your Concerto just like this one.

As always in Quick Quilts, construction of this quilt is fast and easy, with the fabric doing all the detail work for you. Music-themed quilt kits always sell out quickly, so if you love this one, order without delay! Super-cute music note fabric is also available for backing.

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Tilting Windmills

Scale is a fun quality to play with in quilt design, and we can tell designer Diane Harris had a great time creating her Tilting Windmills quilt for this issue.

This twin size bed quilt comes together quickly thanks to the nine 24″ blocks that make up most of its surface. Cute 6″ versions of the block add detail and even more scrappy fun. There’s something strikingly modern yet also very traditional about this original design, and it’s a wonderful way to make a dent in your scrap fabrics.

There’s much more inside the February/March issue of Quick Quilts; preview all the patterns for a more complete look. And don’t miss the free bonus patterns on our website. We’ll see you there!

Warm Greetings,
The McCall’s Quilting Team

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Friday Free Quilt Patterns: Pick-Up Sticks

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If you’ve got a Jelly Roll pack of precut fabric strips, you’re ready to start on this week’s Friday FREE quilt pattern, with the addition of just a few fabrics for sashing, border and binding. Designed by Sarah Price, this easy Pick-Up Sticks quilt is shown here in assorted blue, purple, pink, orange, green, gray, and gold prints from a Jelly Roll by Moda.

The quilt finishes at 74 1/2″ x 88 1/2″.

Click here for the free downloadable Pick-Up Sticks quilt pattern.

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This Friday FREEbie is part of our Jelly Roll Quilt Patterns free ebook – in addition to the Pick-Up Sticks pattern, you’ll also get two more free patterns in the download. NOTE: You’ll need to enter your email address at the link to get the ebook.

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Baby Blooms: A Visit with Emily Bailey

Emily and grandmother 225x300 Baby Blooms: A Visit with Emily BaileyWelcome guest blogger, quilting teacher, and quilt designer Emily Bailey of AuntEmsQuilts and EmsScrapBag! Emily‘s new lap quilt pattern, Baby Blooms, is in the January/February 2017 issue of McCall’s Quilting magazine

I am blessed to still have my grandma in my life. She says she is the black sheep in the family because she does not like to quilt. Her mother was a wonderful quilter. Both of her sisters quilted. In fact Aunt Lucy quilted until she was 98. I hope to follow in her footsteps. Then maybe I will make a dent in my bucket list of quilts. Grandma has given me several of her mother’s tops and quilts. I have taken several of her traditional quilts and made them more modern.

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Baby Blooms by Emily Bailey

 

I really like the process of taking a traditional block and playing with it to get a new and modern look. I like to find the perfect union of what my great grandmother would have made and my own personal style. For Baby Blooms I wanted to play with the traditional snowball block.

 

 

 

I had seen a block where one side of two snowballs blocks joined.

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It was a little tricky figuring out how to do what I wanted. Figuring out how the blocks would come together to create what would look like two alternate blocks. I played with the idea of having a square in the center of each snowball but finally gave up on that.

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Next I tried it in fall colors to look like trees full of fruit and little garden patches.

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babyblooms style 600 300x300 Baby Blooms: A Visit with Emily BaileyFinally I settled on spring colors and the look of little flowers. I used the Backyard Roses collection by Nadra Ridgeway for Riley Blake Designs along with a crisp white solid and two bold red prints for making the quilt.

I think my great grandma would be proud of the result.

Emily

 

Thanks, Emily!

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If you’d like to make your own Baby Blooms quilt using the same fabrics Emily did, we have a limited number of quilt kits available in our online shop. Backing fabric is also available.

If you’d like to make a Baby Blooms quilt using other fabrics and don’t already have a copy of the January/February 2017 of McCall’s Quilting, you can order print and digital magazines in our online shop.

The Baby Blooms quilt pattern is also available separately as an instant digital download.

 

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Strip Quilt Ideas With Gudrun Erla

By Abigail Dolinger

craft u logo Strip Quilt Ideas With Gudrun ErlaHello Quilters! Have you been itching to take a Craft University online class? I recently completed the “Stripology” class by Gudrun Erla, and I’d like to tell you about it. If you’re intrigued with strip-piecing and quick piecing techniques, you are going to love this class!

Gudrun Strip Quilt Ideas With Gudrun Erla

book cover stripology 2 222x300 Strip Quilt Ideas With Gudrun ErlaGudrun bases the seven video lessons on her book, “Stripology 2.” She shows how to make four quilts:  Steamy Windows, Strip Ribbons, Strip Lash, and Strip Twist. Her book gives instructions for making each quilt in three sizes, but even without the book, you can make the projects by following the ample instructions given in the online course. There’s a video and a printable portion for each lesson/quilt.

A key to Gudrun’s speed piecing techniques is the Stripology ruler she designed. Manufactured by Creative Grids, this slotted ruler has several advantages over the rulers I generally use for rotary cutting. Because the ruler is large, completely covering a folded fat quarter, the fabric beneath the ruler does not slide during the cutting process. If you look closely at the ruler, you’ll see markings at the bottom edge (e.g. stars); these markings help you focus on where to make subsequent cuts. I noticed that Gudrun uses an extra large rotary blade for cutting through multiple layers and that she always moves the ruler above the cutting mat when removing the cut strips. If you often cut strips of various widths for your patchwork projects, this is the ruler for you! It is sold with extensive instructions and will greatly shorten your time spent cutting fabric.

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I believe you will enjoy Gudrun’s friendly teaching style. She packs numerous tips and strip quilt ideas into each 20-25 minutes of video instruction. She doesn’t just say “sew these pieces together,” she goes to the sewing machine and sews while you watch. Gudrun gives great pressing instructions, explaining how the seams will mesh with those in the next row. I was glad to see new or unusual concepts demonstrated more than once. For example there were close-up shots of partial seams and also of making rows of half hexagons. I was encouraged to try cutting through multiple fabric layers and sub-cutting multiples of strip-pieced units. The homework for each project pertained to a technique explained in the video. In addition, the homework was incremental, not confusing or overwhelming.

 

Aby with Steamy Windows 768x1024 Strip Quilt Ideas With Gudrun ErlaOf the four quilts demonstrated in “Stripology,” my favorites are Steamy Windows and Strip Twist. I decided to make Steamy Windows, but I changed it up a bit. My vision of “steamy windows” is lots of gray with pops of yellow light streaming through the fog. I un-sewed some of the strip-pieced gray units to insert yellow fabric, and I turned my blocks 90 degrees to portray the windows of tall skyscrapers composed of glass windows. Most of the windows are steamed over or the lights are off, but some of the offices/apartments have bright lights shimmering through the gray. Incidentally, the gray and yellow fabrics are Essentials and Batiks from Wilmington Prints, and the border print is Graffiti by Another Point of View from Windham Fabrics.

Take a look at the course offerings of Craft University. I’m sure you’ll find something of interest. Once you’ve purchased a class, you own it and may stream to view it over and over again. You may even take notes on your computer as you watch and also post pictures of your projects in a gallery. What a convenient way to take an inspiring quilt class facilitated by a world class teacher!

 

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Friday Free Quilt Patterns: Abby’s Jacks

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Who doesn’t love a nice pack of fat quarters? They speed up your cutting and get you to the sewing machine in record time! This week’s Friday FREE pattern, Abby’s Jack, is a perfect quilt to make from your fat quarter stash. Designed by Kathy Brown, it combines 10 assorted fat quarters with background, border and binding fabrics to create a cozy throw.

The quilt finishes at 69″ x 80 3/8″.

Click here for the free downloadable Abby’s Jacks quilt pattern.

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This Friday FREEbie is part of our Quilt Patterns for Precut Fabrics free ebook – in addition to the Abby’s Jacks pattern, you’ll also get three more free patterns in the download. NOTE: You’ll need to enter your email address at the link to get the ebook.

Have you missed any of our previous Friday Freebies? Click here to find them all!

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Scrap Baskets: A Visit with Lynn Roddy Brown

Brown Lynn Roddy 214x300 Scrap Baskets: A Visit with Lynn Roddy BrownWelcome guest blogger, quilting teacher, and scrap quilter extraordinaire Lynn Roddy Brown! Lynn‘s new full size quilt pattern, Scrap Baskets, is in the January/February 2017 issue of McCall’s Quilting magazine

I have been making scrap quilts for about twenty-five years.  I love them because they let me play with so many fabrics in fun and exciting ways.  In many quilts the pattern is created by differences in color.  In a scrap quilt using a large variety of fabrics, value becomes more important in defining the pattern.

So what is value? Value is the relative darkness or lightness of a color.  Blue can be anywhere from a very light pastel to a dark navy.  If  very light blue patches are sewn together with very dark blue patches a clear pattern is formed.  If the blues are very close in value, the pattern will be less clear, especially from a distance.

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Visual texture is created when there are several different values within a patch.  Plaids, stripes and polka dots are all examples of visual texture.  Fabrics with texture add movement to a quilt. I always use a lot of visual texture in my quilts.

I belong to a group that trades blocks for scrap quilts.  I also have leftover blocks from multiple other projects.  For this reason my design process often starts by playing with blocks on my design wall.  Both the basket and bowl blocks in “Scrap Baskets” came from trades.  When I start designing I have no idea what the end result will be.

I began with four basket blocks arranged as shown.  I liked the arrangement especially when the differences in background values came together to make an hourglass.

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I wanted to use the bowl blocks.  I arranged eight of them around the center group of four baskets.  The design seemed too cluttered and busy.

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The solution I chose was to use a favorite basket block on-point for the center.  If I used the bowl blocks as a frame, the center needed to finish 16” square.  I chose a medium green for the setting triangles.  This provided a strong contrast in value with the light background of the basket.  Since the basket pieces are very dark this gave me three distinct values in the quilt center.  I cut the setting triangles oversize and trimmed the block to 12 ½” square.  I used a beige/tan stripe as a frame.  I often use stripes for borders in scrap quilts. The alternating values help draw a clear line.  The half-square triangles used in the corners of the frame were an after thought that served two purposes.  They solved the problem of what to do if the stripes had met in the corners and they helped create a continuous line with the bowl blocks.

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I still wanted to use the groups of four basket blocks (the original center).   I added four sets to the corners.  This left 8” x 16” gaps in my design.  I decided to repeat the diagonal angles created by the on-point basket and bowl blocks.  To do this I dug into my floral stash.  I chose only those fabrics that had very dark backgrounds and very little white in the flowers.  The contrast in value between the very dark florals and the light backgrounds of basket and bowl blocks gave clear definition to the block shapes. I pieced a diagonal line into some of the floral half-square triangle units to help create a clear line.  As I rotated the groups of four basket blocks on the design wall I decided I liked the very lightest backgrounds turned toward the center.  This seemed to make the center glow.

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Ill 6 Scrap Baskets: A Visit with Lynn Roddy BrownAt right is a close up of some of the floral fabrics I used.  Note that the backgrounds are all medium to dark.

At this point I tried to put a border on the quilt but I could not make it work.  So after sitting in my chair, drinking tea, looking at my design wall and trying many different options I added two more rows of blocks  (8” total) all the way around and then finally two more rows of blocks on all four sides.  The black corners seemed too empty.  I filled them with the gray basket blocks.  At this point my design wall was full so I said the quilt was finished.  I can imagine the quilt being larger with groups of four gray baskets on the corners but it was time for me to stop.

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If you study the following close up photos you will see what I mean when I use the term “visual texture”.  There are stripes, plaids, polka dots and vines.   Within each area (black, cream, tan and floral) there are slightly different values but they all contrast with the other areas.  If fabrics are so close that they appear to be the same from a distance you might as well use one fabric.

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Ill 9 Scrap Baskets: A Visit with Lynn Roddy BrownI would love for you to visit my blog.  Go to LynnRoddyBrown.com and click on blog.  Say “Hi”.  I would love to see something besides spam.  I am also on Pinterest.

Lynn

Thanks, Lynn!

MCQ JanFeb2017e 221x300 Scrap Baskets: A Visit with Lynn Roddy BrownIf you’d like to make a Scrap Baskets quilt of your own and don’t already have a copy of the January/February 2017 of McCall’s Quilting, you can order print and digital magazines in our online shop.

The Scrap Baskets quilt pattern is also available separately as an instant digital download.

 

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Welcome to the Over the Meadow Quilt Along!

Are you making plans for quilting in 2017? It’s just about that time! And we have a wonderful new year-long project to recommend to you – our Over the Meadow and Through the Year Block of the Month Quilt Along.

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Over the Meadow and Through the Year finishes 82″ x 98″, a nice queen size.

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That’s right, our ongoing Quilt Along program is getting a face lift for 2017, and we hope you’ll enjoy it more than ever. Our wonderful bed size project was designed by Jan Patek, a favorite among quilters for her folksy style and excellent instructions. Each month, you’ll get a kit of fabrics and pattern to make a new block and QNNtv.com will also release a free how-to video hosted by Jan herself. The kit for month 12 will include sashing, border, and binding fabrics as well. Backing fabric is available for separate purchase.

The 12 blocks in this quilt are each so full of personality and charm. And the Moda fabrics (most from the Fern Hill and Hope’s Journey collections) are perfect for creating these whimsical characters and scenes. But don’t take our word for it – take a closer look!

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These two cuties celebrate the winter holidays in Jan’s signature style. Loose shapes and imaginative scale add whimsy to everything she designs!

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 Welcome to the Over the Meadow Quilt Along!

Then suddenly spring arrives! Bunnies and carrots are reunited, and tulips pop in the garden. Everything is made new.

 Welcome to the Over the Meadow Quilt Along! Welcome to the Over the Meadow Quilt Along!

As spring turns to summer, bees work the flowers, and our thoughts turn to the patriotic holidays. From Memorial Day to Flag Day to the Fourth of July, we have plenty to celebrate at this time of year!

 Welcome to the Over the Meadow Quilt Along!

 Welcome to the Over the Meadow Quilt Along!

When high summer arrives, we long to be near water. Jan’s chipper sail boat and happy whales bring memories of days at the ocean. On the home front, summer flowers bloom and the cat goes adventuring.

 Welcome to the Over the Meadow Quilt Along!

 Welcome to the Over the Meadow Quilt Along!

When the days turn chilly, be on the watch for Halloween witches, pumpkins, and crows! Sunflowers brighten the garden at this time of year.

 Welcome to the Over the Meadow Quilt Along! Welcome to the Over the Meadow Quilt Along!

When Halloween is over, Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Jan’s tom turkey looks a little worried thanks to a star embroidery eye. And back at home, holly berries are bright as the season returns to winter holidays.

From the first bunny of spring to a busy bee hive – birds, dogs, cats, and a very important turkey – these 12 seasonal blocks will take your family all through the year, every year. Make an heirloom-quality quilt in achievable steps, one block a month. It’s the best way to tackle an ambitious quilt like this one.

There are a limited number of spaces in the Over the Meadow Quilt Along, so reserve yours now. We hope you’ll consider giving yourself the gift of beautiful, fun stitching for 2017 and join us Over the Meadow and Through the Year!

Warm Greetings,
The McCall’s Quilting Team

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Friday Free Quilt Patterns: Snippets & Bits

Smash that fabric stash with this week’s Friday FREE quilt pattern: Snippets & Bits designed by Joyce Stewart. This quick bed-size scrap quilt is a snap to make, and you’ll have fun (and feel thrifty!) using small pieces of your favorite fabrics to create it.

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The success of this design depends on strong value contrast, so sort your fabrics carefully into darks and lights. The finished size of this quilt is 84 x 90 1/2″.

Click here to download the Snippets & Bits free quilt pattern.

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This Friday FREEbie is part of our More Fast, Easy Bed Size Quilts free ebook – in addition to the Snippets & Bits pattern, you’ll also get two more free patterns in the download. NOTE: You’ll need to enter your email address at the link to get the ebook.

Have you missed any of our previous Friday Freebies? Click here to find them all!

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