Bold Lattice Quilt To Showcase Your Favorite Fabric

Favorite Fabrics Perfect With This Lattice Quilt

The beauty of this Lattice quilt is the chunky lattice strips. A strong look, modern, yet this one was made with some of Amy Bulter’s Full Moon fabrics from her Lotus line, way back in 2013. Still great looking. The quilt design is so appealing though,  that it would great in almost any mix of fabric.

Crystal of Stitched By Crystal found the pattern pretty simple saying she got it done in a week, in time for Christmas of that year.

Picking out the fabrics is agreeably one of the hardest tasks, but once the selection is made, it’s a breeze. The green, gray orange and blue color combination came together and worked out beautifuly for this project. It’s worth spending a little time choosing your fabrics, with the pattern in your minds eye.


The tutorial for this Lattice quilt is for a finished size 45″ x 55″. A comfortable size to manage, and for practical use too.

Fabric requirements to start planning:

  • 3/4 yard white fabric for small squares
  • about 2 yards of fabric for big squares, you could use 1/3 yard of 6 different fabrics OR 9 fat quarters
  • 1 and 3/4 yard fabric for back of quilt that is at least 45″ wide
  • 1/2 yard fabric for binding
  • quilt batting

At first glance the quilt looks like it could be complicated, but the moment you see how the blocks start, the rest unfolds beautifully.

You will need 80 colored squares that are 6″ x 6″ and 160 white squares that are 2.5″ x 2.5″. Line up the seams on two of your squares and sew them together.


Keep adding squares to make a zig zag pattern.


Sew 2 rows together, lining up the white parts.


Feel like getting started right away.


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