Summer Camp Quilt – A FREE Pattern

Summer Camp days are filled with the unexpected and this scrappy quilt is designed to bring a cheerful surprise to any overnighter. Quickly sew together 2 ½ inch squares to create colorful 10 inch (finished) blocks.

The green and navy cornerstone squares and borders unify the quilt and remind us of night skies and northern lights. Your little camper or your porch swing will glow with this quilt.

S Camp Corner with logo

If you are like Sandy and me, you’ve vowed to reduce your stash but are never quite sure how to do it.  We decided to cut out a TON of 2 1/2 inch squares from any scraps, stray jelly roll strips, fat quarters and even fabrics we were not very fond of!

“Summer Camp” is the result of our stash reduction quest.

Summer Camp Full Pic With Logo

We hope you like this new pattern!  We will also be posting the pattern to the FaveQuilts website.  If you are looking for lots of FREE quilt inspiration, check out their website.  It’s a great resource and you won’t be disappointed.

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Click on the link for this new beginner friendly pattern: Summer Camp 04 11 19

Be sure to share photos of your “Summer Camp” quilt with us, we’d love to see them!

 

 

 

 

7 thoughts on “Summer Camp Quilt – A FREE Pattern

  1. rl2b2017 says:

    Hi Cindy! Ooh, this is a fun quilt and a fabulous use for all the 2.5″ pieces I’ve been collecting. The cornerstones matching the borders is just genius and so cool. I am annoyed with WP Reader because it is so slow at sharing posts sometimes. If I hadn’t seen the announcement in my Bloglovin’ email I would have missed this wonderful post and tutorial. Anyhow, this finish is just great and I’m checking out the links now. Happy Friday, friends. ~smile~ Roseanne

    • Gray Barn Designs says:

      Hi Roseanne!
      So glad you like this pattern! I am sending this off to my long arm quilter today and I can’t wait to see what she does with it! I really like the navy and green combination, it’s been a fun quilt to sew with all these happy colors! Please send pics of yours…we would love to see what you do with this pattern!

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