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This modern quilt pattern is great designed for beginner quilters!
It has labeld diagrams. Instructions to construct your quilt top. Also, includes instructions on how to piece your backing fabric, make your binding and attach your binding to your quilt.
This is a great first time quilter project and a quick and easy project for more advanced quilters.
It looks wonderful in a variety of types of fabrics. The pattern includes instructions for a baby size quilt and a throw size quilt.
This listing is for a digital PDF copy of the pattern. You will receive a 6 page PDF file to download to your device. It can be printed on 8.5 x 11 inch paper or viewed on your device. (Since printers vary, you may need to select ‘Shrink to fit’ when printing your pattern.)
~Skill Level~ Beginner
~Basic sewing knowledge needed
Baby Size – 39 x 45 ½ inches
Color A (Navy): 1/4 yard or 1 Fat Quarter
Color B (Pink): 1/4 yard or 1 Fat Quarter
Color C (Turquoise): 1/4 yard or 1 Fat Quarter
Color D (Purple): 1/4 yard or 1 Fat Quarter
Color E (Mustard): 1/4 yard or 1 Fat Quarter
Color F (White): 3/4 yard or 3 Fat Quarters
Binding: 1/2 yard
Backing: 1 ½ yards of at least 44 inch wide fabric.
*If you are pre-washing your fabric, it may not be wide enough. You would need 2 ½ yards of fabric, cut and sewn to measure slightly larger than your quilt.
Throw Size – 61 x 68 inches
Color A (Navy): 1/2 yard
Color B (Pink): 1/2 yard
Color C (Turquoise): 1/2 yard
Color D (Purple): 2/3 yard
Color E (Mustard): 2/3 yard
Color F (White): 1 1/2 yards
Binding: 1/2 yard
Backing: 3 3/4 yards
*If you pre-wash your fabric, you will want to have 1/4 yard more to account for fabric shrinkage.
**Pattern assumes all fabrics are 42 inches wide and seam allowances to be 1/4 inch.
~~Quilt pattern is one person use. Do not copy, sell or distribute.
~~ You may sell quilts using this pattern in small quantities. Please credit the pattern designer as Andrea Smith
of Happy Cloud Creations.