The Love Confetti Quilt


The Love Confetti Quilt

This vibrant and bold quilt pattern is a unique design you won't want to miss. The combination of this quilt's bright and colorful backdrop and alternating hues creates a stunning kaleidoscope effect that looks just like confetti. The exciting dimension of this quilt pattern lends it a cheerful and energetic aesthetic that is perfect for adding a pop of color to any room of the house. The best part? It is an ideal project for utilizing fabric scraps and is very charm square-friendly. Follow along with the pattern below to create your own version of this gorgeous free quilt pattern!

Quilt Size48 inches wide x 60 inches long

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Primary TechniqueQuilting


Materials List

  • Low volume white fabrics – ½ yard total
  • Kona solids – FQ of each or charm squares
  • Fabric for binding – ½ yard
  • Backing – 3 ¼ yards
  • Batting – 52” x 64” piece
  • Coordinating thread for piecing and quilting
  • Basic sewing supplies: rotary cutter, cutting mat, quilting ruler and washable glue with a fine tip or pins
  • Iron
  • ¼“ foot
  • Accufeed Ditch Quilting foot (optional)

Quilting Directions

Cutting Requirements

  1. Follow the chart below for cutting requirements:

Making the Half Square Triangle Blocks

Note: This method makes two matching HSTs. The cutting requirements list the number of sets that should be made.

  1. Draw a diagonal line across the back of one of the 5” squares.

  2. Place on top of another 5” square matching colors according to the diagram.

  3. Stitch using a scant ¼” seam with the ¼” seam foot along either side of the diagonal line and cut apart on the marked line.

  4. Press squares open and trim to 4 ½” x 4 ½”.

Piecing the Quilt

  1. Lay out the blocks as shown in the diagram. Pin or glue and sew blocks into rows. Press seams as outlined in the diagram.

  2. Sew the rows together, nesting seams to form the quilt top.

  3. Baste the top, batting and backing together to form a quilt sandwich.

  4. Quilt as desired. I used The Accufeed Ditch Quilting foot set at a stitch width of 0.0 and a stitch length of 2.8 to quilt lines along each side of the seamline.

Piecing Diagram

  1. Refer to the below diagram for piecing directions:

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