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The Lazy Quilter's Quilt

By: Cami Graham from tidbits-cami.com

The Lazy Quilters Quilt
The Lazy Quilter's Quilt
This image courtesy of tidbits-cami.com

"This is the perfect quilt technique for the lazy quilter! No measuring is needed. Just gather your fabrics, start cutting and placing at random, then stitch them together."

Project Type: Make a Project

Quilt Size: 40 inches wide x 50 inches long

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My kind of quilt! I have so many pretty fabric scraps, so this project would be so practical! It would be fun to lay them all out and placing them for best arrangement. And I would not worry about squaring them up until you have the color and pattern arrangement down. Then just cut the outer pieces to make a rectangle after they are all sewn together! Thanks for the super idea!

I am always drawn to red, white and blue quilts. This one is particularly attractive with the mix of fabrics. The randomness works well with this quilt and it adds to its charm. One could make a smaller version for a patriotic wall hanging or table topper. This would make a lovely gift to a veteran in any size too!

I definitely get lazy when I'm crafting (especially when it comes to quilts). I just don't have the patience sometimes. But this idea is fabulous!

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