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Crayon Box Quilt

By: Bonnie Hunter from Quiltville

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The Crayon Box Quilt lets you play with color like no other quilt! Use this simple and free-form pattern to make full-bed quilts for kids' bedrooms. This crayon quilt pattern features blocks made of strips, squares, and bricks. Scrap quilt designs are great for reusing old fabrics and creating original quilts with eye-popping colors. If you think you have a little quilter in your home, encourage them to help you choose the colors for their brand new crayon quilt. Kids and grandkids love to be involved in the quilting process. They will love snuggling up to the quilt that they helped to design, too.

Crayon Box Quilt
Crayon Box Quilt
This image courtesy of quiltville.blogspot.com

Project Type: Make a Project

Quilt Size: 81 inches wide x 95 inches long

Time to complete: A week or two

Primary Technique: Pieced

Difficulty Level: Easy

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This one has the small square in the center of the block. The pattern I am looking for doesn't have a square in center. All colors are solid, no prints. When and if I ever find it I will post to web site. It is a really simple pattern and fast to make. Great for beginning quilters. Thanks for the help.

Took me about 7 Days, But I absolutely love the way the quilt turned out.

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