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“This quilt is even easier and less time consuming to cut the jeans than the Denim Stars Quilt. My church sewing group still has lots of left over jeans and will donate quilts made from this pattern to area nursing homes.”
Brick Work or Windows? You decide. Both projects are included in this quilt-as-you-go, pattern. Use your old jeans and batting scraps, in combination with your favorite fabrics. "Windows" works perfectly with 5" charm squares. Or add novelty fabrics and make an "I Spy" play mat. "Brick Work" makes a great man quilt with outdoor or sports fabrics. These quilts are done when they're done! There's no quilting or tying to do afterwards.
Please do not copy or distribute this pattern in any form. However, you may sell up to 10 quilts that you have made from this pattern. Please ask your friends to support the authors at YCMT, by purchasing their own pattern.
- old jeans
- fabric for bricks
- batting scraps
- thread to blend with your denim
- “denim” needle for your machine (size 100/16)
- big, quilter’s straight pins
(yardage and cutting instructions given for 3 sizes for each pattern)
This quilt is even easier and less time consuming to cut the jeans than the Denim Stars Quilt. My church sewing group still has lots of left over jeans and will donate quilts made from this pattern to area nursing homes.
made a brick quilt for my son's 20th birthday he loved it! This is an awesome way to recycle and the denim is masculine enough that guys won't be too embarrassed to cover up with it!
Love! Love! Love! This pattern! I have started a couple of quilts but never finished! I made this is one week! Very good directions, easy to understand and I recommend this pattern to anyone!
I made this quilt out of flannel for a family member having a baby. They loved it! Very easy pattern!