In celebration of one year in business, I would like to offer to you a free download pattern.This pattern finishes at a nice lap size of 68” x 68”.This quilt is a great stash buster if you have some full yardage just waiting to be used for a special and fun project.I’ve used 1 yard each of 4 different colours, plus 2 yards of a background. For the Canadians among us, the colour palette selected is a nod to our iconic Hudson Bay wool blankets and colour scheme. As you may know, the blankets were a form of currency and traded between the Native Americans and trappers for beaver pelts. What is not as commonly known is the reason for the 2, 3 or 4 black strips woven in a Hudson Bay wool blanket. They are called points and were incorporated in the design so that it was easily known what size it was while keeping it in a folded state. A blanket with 4 strips (points) would be 72” x 90”.A blanket with 3 1/2 strips would measure 63” x 81”. A half point measures 32” x 46” - a nice crib size!Interesting isn’t it? So my quilt pattern is technically a 3 1/2 points size blanket, but I’ll take some creative license and call it 4! I also think it’s a fitting name to wrap up my debut collection of quilt patterns all named with the word point in them. Thank you for visiting my website and enjoy my gift to you! Tag me @blueberryquiltco with your finished project!