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Designer - Pat Speth began quilting in 1988 when she purchased a wool quilt batting from her Grandmother's auction. "I checked out a stack of quilt books from the library and fell in love with the patterns and designs, I knew I could not stop with just one quilt."  Read More

FREE Pattern - Rambler Quilt by Pat Speth

If you're like most quilters, you've built up a stock of 'waste' triangles from projects you've done.  Today's project by designer Pat Speth will give you an excellent quilt project in which to use them!  More on this Rambler quilt from Pat:

"This project is a great way to make use of the waste triangles created while making certain quilts in the book Nickel Quilts or from other projects.   The design is fat quarter friendly and finishes to 40.5" x 49".  The one you see was made using waste triangles from the Ozark Maple Leaf quilt in Nickel Quilts."

If you don't yet have any of the books in Pat's Nickel Quilts series, they are excellent and provide wonderful projects for 5-inch scrap squares!  Visit her website,, for more information and also for many more free patterns and tutorials!

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