We have such great choices in wide fabrics, we can now use them as the quilt top. Why not? They can make a quick quilt. It can easily be channel quilted on a home sewing machine.
- Purchase the length you want your quilt to be. We suggest 2 yards so you will have a finished quilt about 70″.
- Purchase 2 1/4yds Minkee for the backing if you want a soft, cuddly quilt.
- Purchase 5/8yd for binding.
- Purchase Twins size Hobbs or Quilting Dream twin size batting.
To complete the quilt, tear the 2 yards down the middle so you have two pieces approx. 54″ x 72″. You can make 2 quilts if you purchase additional backing, binding and batting. You could also use the remaining fabric to make pillow cases to go with your quilt or a big bag to put it in.
We have included pictures of some wide fabrics that would make great quilt tops.
Henry Glass Wide Backing 8700 77 Circle Play$21.99
Windham Circles 108″ Wide Backing 52474-1$21.99
Quilting Treasures Origins Wide Backing 27951 Y Royal$19.99
Windham Unstoppable 108″ Wide Backing 52108X$21.99
Henry Glass Wide Backing 8700 98 Multi Circles$21.99
Henry Glass Wide Backing 8700 99 Black and White Circles$21.99
Friendship Wide Backing from Windham 51033 1$21.99
You will now need a backing for your quilt so we have included some possibilities of Minkee.