I really love this version of the lattice pattern. I used a bundle of Lucky Penny by Alison Glass that I got from Westwood Acres. I like the colors of these fabrics, and they are a nice change from my normal go-to colors. I also like that this fabric includes both brown and grey, and they seem to work well together. As I was making this quilt I felt it needed something to break it up a bit so I threw in the three random grey squares into the design.
This quilt is backed with minky and now lives with my aunt and uncle who have been so great to my family over the years. I admire them and their kids a lot, and it was fun to give it to them over Christmas. I love giving a quilt as a gift when I know it will be loved and appreciated. Seeing my aunt's reaction when she opened it was worth every second of making this quilt.
This throw finishes at 60" x 72". Sizing info is included in the pattern for twin and queen sizes. This pattern is perfect for jelly rolls or scrap strips.
- The full pdf pattern is on sale this week for $6.50 on Craftsy and Etsy.
- Lucky Penny is available at Westwood Acres, Pink Castle Fabrics, and Marmalade Fabrics.
- Amanda at Westwood Acres will cut custom 1/6 yard bundles of any full fabric collection she has in her shop for those interested in making this quilt from a collection. This amount will give you (2) 2.5" strips x WOF from each fabric. Generally this is enough to make any of the sizes. Depending on the collection, you may need to add in a few extra strips if making a queen. With the throw size, I had quite a bit leftover and chose to use the extra bike path prints for a scrappy binding.