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This pattern is a scrap-lover's dream.
The beginnings of these blocks are a form of old-fashioned string/slab quilting without need for measuring.
Make large slab or string sections and trim them cut into easy squares. Borders are added to two sides to make the block appear asymmetric, which makes a fun layout.
The key to success is keeping light and dark values in the proper places, but anything goes after that.
My prints include roosters, blackberries, kittens, horses, feathers, plaids, pine trees, and lots of other patterns for baby to consider. This quilt is a great scrap buster.
Moms like to receive these because they are not the type of quilt one stashes away to preserve, but the kind they actually put on the floor and in the crib for baby to enjoy.
This is another great opportunity to ask family and friends for fabric scraps so they will all be represented in the new baby's quilt.