The Grandma’s Dishes quilt pattern comes together quickly, with easy to cut pieces, clear diagrams and directions. The pattern is a wonderful way to make use of smaller scraps, or you can coordinate your fat quarters for a more modern look. This pattern quilts up beautifully into what will become an heirloom piece, just like Grandma’s Dishes!
Pre-cut friendly with ample instructions for beginners, Grandma’s Dishes is a must-have pattern! It looks fantastic with any fabrics and is easy to assemble, with no sashing or borders. The ability to make one block, or sixteen, or any number in between makes it the perfect project for any occasion.
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Danielle Oliver –
Such a fun quick sew. The design allows for small or large amounts of different fabrics to be used. More or less blocks can be used without losing thr feel of the design allowing for so many sizes to be made. Easy to follow direction and great support group if you have questions.
This was a great pattern. It is straight forward enough for beginners, but works up into a lovely finished quilt. It is also a fairly quick quilt to put together. The large block size means a single block would make a great cushion too. Very versatile.
I loved making this quilt. Clear instructions made it easy to sew up, despite my lack of quilting experience. I love that you can mix and match the blocks with different colors – and I also plan on doing a monochrome next!!! Really satisfying sew.
This is a great pattern even with the very beginner like me. I have never done a quilt beside just an easy square scraps one and I was able to follow the instructions with ease. The pictures and instructions were clear and easy to understand. The results are breathtaking! I highly recommend this pattern to anyone at any level of experience.
Laurie Roberts –
What an amazing pattern! It is so easy to follow for someone that is new to quilting! I love how quick it came together and works out to a lovely pattern!