I came across this pattern last year and immediately knew I would love it. It's called Mazed, designed by Kristy Daum. The idea behind it is so clever!
You can use scraps or jelly roll strips (along with your favorite background) to make the blocks. Then you arrange and rotate them however you want to create this fun maze look. There's no WRONG way to lay it out, and you can't mess it up.
I started this quilt at a retreat and actually messed up a few of the blocks but you'd never know it. This pattern is SO forgiving! And I love that each time you make the quilt it's a little different depending on how you rotate the blocks. It was really fun to lay it out and watch how it changed every time I rotated a block.
The finished quilt is 48" x 60" and I put a warm flannel backing on it - perfect for tossing over my lap when I'm reading.
You can purchase the Mazed quilt pattern here (as a PDF) and you can see other patterns designed by Kristy here.