The blocks are made from 5 fat quarters of fabric. I had a half meter of the darkest fabric and this baby quilt used up all the fabrics. There is a piece of the larger fabric left, but not enough to even make the binding, so if you want binding, you'll have to add fabric for that.
- LEAVE STACK #5 IN ORDER
- STACK #4, MOVE TOP PIECE TO BOTTOM
- STACK #3, MOVE TOP TWO TO BOTTOM
- STACK #2, MOVE TOP FOUR TO BOTTOM
- STACK #1, MOVE TOP THREE TO BOTTOM
Arrange your blocks however you like - 16 blocks will make a nice table topper and as you can see, 20 blocks makes a great start on a baby quilt. Add a border or two, use a decorative stitch from your sewing machine to dress up the crazy patch, the possibilities are endless!