Number 47 in my series of quilts using 2" strips is finished. The top that is.
When I was going through my scraps, I realized I had lots and lots more of those off white and various creams and very lights. Many of the pieces were just smallish pieces that were a nuisance to try to keep and sort, so I trimmed them into strips as I sorted (which I did a lot of earlier in March).
I know some people seem to never have enough lights in their scraps, whereas I seem to have too many.
So I made yet another top using primarily lights. I could have gone with blue instead of reds and called them Forget-Me-Nots but I thought red would stand out better against the variety of shades of whites/creams, off whites, and tans. So, I just called them "Posies".
It's really quite a simple block, though it does call for partial piecing.
I took many pictures and put it all in the pattern , so never fear - it is actually quite easy, once you get the hang of it.
I trust you can use this idea - to make a classy, but simple quilt! This one is really simple - no sashing, no cornerstones - only "an on point" layout makes it a little more complicated than a simple horizontal quilt.
The pattern is available as a free download here.
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