April 7, 2021

Granny's Square Patch Quilt Pattern - Use Scraps or Just Three Fabrics!

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Granny's Square Patch is back in the shop, and I'm happy to have her home!!



After being licensed to Connecting Threads for a few years, Granny's Square Patch is happy to be home!  I have updated and fine-tuned the pattern, and it's available in the shop right here.

This is the version that Connecting Threads sold in Maison Rouge.



Granny's Square Patch includes 6 sizes - Baby, Lap, Throw, Twin, Queen, and King - and uses strip pieced to speed up the process.  

Granny's Square Patch looks amazing as a scrappy quilt or with as few as three colors.  Borders can be left off for a different look also.  This is the scrappy version below with a single border. 


This is a three-color version - orange, brown, white with a single border.  This quilt is aptly named Rootbeer Float.  I know you don't see the mistake I made when I left the sashing off the corners.  :)


Modern met old-fashioned when Tula Pink fabrics met Granny's Square Patch!  This quilt has two borders - white and a print from the collection.  The 9-patch blocks are made with a single fabric and the square blocks are made with a variety of stripes and polka dots.  There are so many options with this pattern!


Shannon of The Flemings Nine has made this quilt multiple times as custom orders and to use a special feature print from her stash.  These are all three-color quilts.





And last but not least is a turquoise version I made that featured white/black animal prints as the background.


As you can see, Granny's Square Patch is a great pattern to have on hand to use scraps or even as few as three fabrics!  If you have a fabric you just don't know what to do with, this might be the perfect pattern for it.




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