Cut each of the 60” strips to 30”(creating 8 strips). Sew each of the “Cuddle” strips together in any order.
Trim center of quilt to 30” wide.
Cut ¼ yard fabric into three 2 ½” strips.
Cut one 2 ½” strip in half for the top and bottom. Sew to the top and bottom of the quilt.
Take the other two 2 ½” strips and sew them to the sides.
Cut the outside border into four 5 ½” strips.
Add to the top and bottom and then the sides.
Right sides together, sew top to back of quilt, leaving an opening for turning right side out. Top stitch ½” from edge around quilt.
Use walking foot and pins. This fabric is slick, moves easily, and requires a lot of pinning. “Cuddle” on back of quilt is heavy and really warm. Using a thin batting makes quilt fuller. Machine quilt as desired. Use a fabric adhesive as desired and according to manufacturer’s instrucions. It helps.
Try using Schmetz #90 stretch needle. It works well with this knit fabric and is heavy enough for machine quilting.