One Lone Star block blown-up big size makes a bright and beautiful baby quilt. Designed by Quilt Blogger Amy Smart, this easy to tackle quilt project can be assembled with pre-cut 10" x 10" fabric squares.
This quilt pattern is ideal for the beginning quilter. It is quick and easy to put together and is a great way to show off a variety of fabrics. This quilt looks best when made with fabrics with medium and large prints. This pattern includes instructions for two baby quilts and a lap quilt. The pattern includes detailed color diagrams to guide you through every step of piecing the quilts. Fabric Requirements: Baby Quilt (36.5 x 48.5”) - 12 - 5 x width of fabric strips - 14 fabric for…
Wheel Chair and Lap Quilts with Pockets to keep hands warm and hold tissue, Chapstick etc. This one is Colors of Blue, Lovie Lap Quilt, but they're available in a variety of styles and colors, for $75 each. Or try making your own - either a quilt like this or just a fleece blanket with the pockets! Great idea for wheelchairs and seniors.
Tifton Tiles Fat Quarter Quilt - Combine nine fat quarters of floral fabric to make a quilt top that will make a garden out of any surface. This Garden Panels Fat Quarter Quilt uses fat quarters and a colorful backing fabric to create a lap quilt pattern that is perfect for just about any occasion. With the right combination of prints, you can create a garden for any season. This free quilt pattern would make a great throw quilt pattern, as well.