Rectangle Coin Quilt

















A scrap quilt that I finished about a month ago.  It just sold, and I realized I hadn’t shown it here on the blog.  I started cutting rectangles, 2.5”x3.5”. It’s a slightly different look than squares, so it’s something fun to try for a change.  I then started sewing them together, alternating light and dark.  If I had quite a few rectangles from one type of fabric, I didn’t spread them out through the quilt, but rather kept them together just as I pulled them off the stack. In the end, I think it gives the quilt a nice pattern with less chaos.

On the right hand side, I did a few rows with squares rather than rectangles.  It’s not something you easily notice, but it’s fun to add surprises!

4 comments

  1. This quilt turned out so nice, such a simple pattern but so striking! Happy Stitching!

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  3. I love this quilt! Your design is terrific! It was so fun to look at all of your different fabrics. I always want to copy every quilt you make, they’re so good. Thanks for your tips today, and soooo glad to see you posting your “beauties” and tips more. ��

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