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Charming Ivy Trellis Quilt

Charming Ivy Trellis Quilt
This image courtesy of rileyblakedesigns.com

Queen sized quilts don't have to be complicated or time consuming. This easy quilt pattern fits a queen sized bed, but will only take you a week or so to make. The Charming Ivy Trellis Quilt has a simple pattern of large, rectangular blocks that you can piece together easily. This quilt is definitely easy enough for a beginning quilter!

Project TypeMake a Project

Quilt Size81 inches wide x 96 inches long

Time to CompleteA week or two

Primary TechniquePieced


Notes: This pattern is designed using fabrics from the Ivy Trellis collection by Gabriella Hunter for Riley Blake Designs. Fabrics are coded in materials list. Measurements include 1/4” seam allowances. Sew with right sides together unless otherwise stated.


  • 1-3/8 yard Purple (6020)
  • 1-1/4 yard Purple (6021)
  • 3/4 yard Purple (6022)
  • 5/8 yard Purple (6026)
  • 5/8 yard Celery (6024)
  • 5/8 yard Periwinkle (6023)
  • 3/8 yard Coral (6025)
  • 3 yards Purple (6027) Border
  • Backing 6-1/2 yards
  • Binding 3/4 yard


Cutting Directions:

Quilt Center:

  • 54 small rectangles 12-1/2” x 5“ of varied colors
  • 8 long rectangles 24-1/2” x 5” of 2 different colors
  • 5 large squares 12-1/2” x 14”; 3 of one color and 2 of another

Quilt Border:

  • 6 squares 10-1/2” x 10-1/2” for top and bottom of the border
  • 4 strips 10-1/2” x 25-1/2” for top and bottom of border
  • 2 strips 10-1/2” x 76” for sides of border

Quilt Assembly:

Quilt Center: Please refer to the quilt photo for the placement of fabric colors and the quilt layout.

  1. The first section: sew one long rectangle (24-1/2” x 5”) to a small rectangle (12-1/2” x 5”) sew this to one more long rectangle forming a complete section. Sew 4 of these sections.
  2. The second section: sew 5 small rectangles (12-1/2” x 5”) end to end forming a complete section. Sew 4 of these sections.
  3. The third section: sew 3 small rectangles (12-1/2” x 5”) together to form a rectangle square. This should measure 12-1/2” x 14”. Sew 2 of these rectangle squares side by side matching seams and sew to the 14” side of the large square. Sew 2 more rectangle squares and sew to the other 14” side of the large square. Sew 2 of these sections.
  4. The fourth section: sew a large square to a rectangle square (3 small rectangles 12-1/2” x 5” sewn together). Sew another large square, then a rectangle square and finish the section with a large square. Make one of these sections for the center section of the quilt.
  5. Sew each section together matching seams to form the center of your quilt.

Quilt Border:

  1. Sew each side border (10-1/2” x 76”) to center of quilt. Sew corner block (10-1/2” x 10-1/2”) to top quilt border strip (10-1/2” x 25-1/2”), sew to middle block (10-1/2” x 10-1/2”), sew another top quilt border strip (10-1/2” x 25-1/2”), and then finish by sewing a corner block (10-1/2” x 10-1/2”). Sew this row to the top of your quilt and repeat for the bottom of your quilt.
  2. Bind with your favorite fabric from the Ivy Trellis Collection.


Charming Ivy Trellis Quilt


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