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Wiggle Time - Baby or Small Quilt

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Skills Needed

  • Classic Blocks
  • Pre-Cuts
  • Precision Piecing

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Pattern Details

When I designed this quilt, I wanted a chevron effect without having to make all the HSTs. I was in a hurry to make a quilt so I wanted to keep it simple. Wiggle Time was created and it has become a favorite of mine. It is fat quarter friendly or you can make it from scraps.

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1.75 yds background fabric
  • 5 Fat Quarters
  • .5 yds binding material

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Cynthia Brunz Designs's Pattern Store
Hi there! I'm Cyndy. I've been serious about quilting since around 2003. Even though I sewed with my grandmother when I was young, I really didn't start learning good techniques and habits until I started taking some classes and getting some difficult quilts under my belt. I love fabrics with lots of color so I tend to quilt toward the more contemporary spectrum. I am drawn to simple lines and allowing the colors and fabrics to do all the work. I think that is reflected in my work. After working for years in high stress management jobs, I decided in 2006 that I wanted to make a change and do something I really enjoyed. After exploring a number of small businesses, I kept going back to the idea of the longarm quilting industry. I purchased my APQS Millenium quilting machine in 2007, and I haven't looked back. Now I spend my days at my home quilting for others and designing and sewing my own quilt patterns. I also lead a group of very gifted quilters that meet monthly and produce some wonderful projects - all of which are donated to various organizations in the area. The group is called Project:Quilt. I teach classes on occasion and I regularly blog about my projects and patterns at I meet so many wonderful people doing what I do and get to see so many beautiful quilts. I feel quite blessed. I would love to hear from you!