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1+2 quilt pattern: one layer cake and two yards of solid for a twin-size quilt Quilt Blocks, Patchwork, Crochet, Quilts, Quilt Inspiration, Quilt Making, Bed Quilt Patterns, Quilting Projects, Quilting For Beginners

Here is a free quilt pattern on how to make to make the 1+2 quilt. It's a simple quilt pattern and can be made quite quickly. A perfect quilt pattern for beginners. The instructions I will give you will make a single (twin) bed size quilt. This quilt pattern is also easily adjustable - add another row and a couple of columns and you will have a Queen size bed quilt pattern. To make this quilt, you will need a layer cake and 2 yards of a solid fabric - hence the name 1+2. For those of you who…

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Colleen
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Sometimes you need a quilt on really short notice, so you need a go-to simple quilt pattern. Simple blocks can be used to make some of the fastest quilts, and if you choose your fabrics carefully, they can still be fun and interesting. And a big thank you to Fairfield who provided me with the batting and compensated me for writing this post. All ideas and opinions are my own and I appreciate the creative flexibility they give me to create beautiful things to share with others. One of my…

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Khamy Craft
Simple Bricks free quilt pattern from Andy of A Bright Corner - a fat quarter pattern that's quick and easy!

Well hello there! I know I've been sharing a lot of single blocks lately and I'm so happy to be able to share a finished quilt today. And there's a bonus - I've got a free PDF pattern to go along with it! This is Simple Bricks - a fat quarter friendly pattern that sews up quickly since there's no tricky piecing or seams that need to match up! The finished quilt measures 63" x 72" and needs just 11 fat quarters and just over a yard of background fabric. The fabric I used for this quilt is…

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Patti Reeser