As a quilter, finding new patterns is a hunt that never stops, and whenever I do find one I love, I know I need to share it with all of you.
This crisp quilt pattern originated from a Drunkard’s Quilt. It’s quite similar to that pattern, but this particular quilt is called a Sweet Blend Quilt.
The Sweet Blend really is just that. It’s a blend of multiple different quilting techniques.
To make it, 3-1/4 yards of colored fabric, 5-1/4 yards of background fabric and 4-1/2 yards backing material is used. Each block is 9″.
Jenny with Missouri Stat Quilt Company recommends that you use a circle cut ruler and a rotary cutter to make this quilt. She uses 3 1/4 yards of fusible fabric to fuse the circles onto the squares.
It looks like you put so much work into it with all of the little pieces, but it’s actually really easy! If any of your friends sew like you do, they’ll definitely want to know how you pulled this off.
Watch how Jenny makes the stunning quilt in her video tutorial below and give it a try yourself!