If you are looking for a quilt pattern that can use the scraps in your stash, you will want to take a look at River Scraps!
I had fun digging into my batik stash for this quilt and also use a neutral batik for the background color. Many times I use a premium muslin for my background fabric. If you really want to get scrappy, you could use a variety of neutral prints like I did in the baby River Scraps quilt.
I have 2 four foot tables put together that I use as a cutting table and also a place to pin my quilt tops for quilting. This works a lot better anymore than doing it on the floor. My poor knees can't take that anymore.
There are five different sizes of quilts that you can make. This is the baby quilt that is 40-inch x 54-inch. It would also make a perfect lap quilt.
- Crib 40 x 54
- Throw 54 x 66
- Twin 57 x 79
- Full 75 x 93
- Queen 93 x 93
This quilt pattern is on sale for a limited time in my shop!
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I always like to include plenty of color diagrams in my patterns to walk you through each step of making the quilt.
River Scraps would make a perfect baby gift in this size.
I always have fun putting my blocks up on my design wall and then trying to decide just what I want my quilt to look like.
For the backing, I had a piece of quilt fabric that was white with purple dots that I picked up at Joann Fabrics some time ago. Many times I don't use batiks for the backing because they are expensive and I prefer to use them just for the fronts of my quilts.
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