Sixty Minute Strip Quilt
(Top only - twin size.)
Material needed for top:
~ 5 yards of different fabrics – cut into 5” width strips (making the strips wider gives the quilt a more modern bolder look)
~ or 35 x 5” WOF strips to make a scrappy version.
- Sew all your strips together into one big strip – mixing up the materials in random or in a pattern
- Fold your long strip in two and sew along the right edge – when you reach the end/or fold – cut the bottom
- Continue folding the strip and sewing along the right edge & snipping the bottom until you have 16 strips sewn together.
- The width of your quilt so far should be approx. 72” - measure 72” up the quilt and cut straight across. You will have 1 x 72" square and 1 x rectangle approx 72" wide.
- Turn the 72” square 90 degrees and sew the cut off strip back onto the square.
- Baste & quilt your quilt.
- Trim & square corners.
- I added a cute pink ribbon & bow at the 72” seam point (as this was made for a 7 year old) – but you don’t need to do this.
- Bind your quilt.
The sewing for this quilt top only took me a little under 60mins. It would be an easy last minute project to make in a night .