Brick Cottage Lane 2 Quilt Pattern
Brick Cottage Lane 2 Quilt Pattern
Brick Cottage Lane 2 Quilt Pattern
Brick Cottage Lane 2 Quilt Pattern
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Brick Cottage Lane 2 Quilt Pattern

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Brick Cottage Lane 2 quilt pattern includes 5 sizes - Baby, Throw, Twin, Queen, and King - and is a versatile pattern that looks great in many fabric collections! Sweet pastels or bold, masculine prints are perfect for Brick Cottage Lane 2!

The joy of this pattern is that I have figured out how to strip piece this quilt and have worked out all of the math and techy stuff for you. It would be extremely time-consuming to piece this quilt brick by brick - though not impossible. To save you incredible amounts of time and sanity, you will sew together strips of fabric into strip sets and then sub-cut segments from the strip sets. Then sew the segments together as shown in the pattern, and you have saved yourself BOAT LOADS of time. And that means you'll have time to make more quilts! :)

You could, of course, cut a zillion bricks and sew them together one by one; there's no judgment in that. The pattern also includes the traditional method of piecing this quilt, one brick at a time. This method allows 2-1/2" jelly roll strips to be used.

Fabric requirements for scraps and yardage are included. See the pictures for fabric requirements and quilt sizes.

Brick Cottage Lane 2 is suitable for advanced beginners and up. It has easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions for cutting and piecing this stunning quilt. Previous knowledge of quilt top assembly, basting, quilting, and binding are assumed and are not taught in this pattern.

The queen size is square, so the bricks can be oriented both vertically or horizontally. For all other quilt sizes, the bricks are oriented vertically.