PRINTED PAPER – Pleasantly Plaid Quilt Pattern by Happy Cloud Creations
The pattern comes with directions for a Baby – 43 x 43 in, Lap – 43 x 57 in, Throw – 57 x 71 in, Twin – 71 x 85 in, Queen – 85 x 100 in and King – 100 x 100 in.
This pattern is a quick and easy finish, great for a beginner quilter. If you are a beginner, you may want to starch your fabric before cutting, since some of the blocks will be cut on the bias. This will help prevent stretching.
The pattern includes labeled diagrams for each step. It also includes blank coloring sheet for each size, this can help you plan out your own fabric colors.
This listing is for a PRINTED PAPER copy of the pattern. You will receive a professionally printed paper copy of the pattern in the mail. The pattern is printed on 8.5 x 11 inch paper and folded in half to fit inside a resealable bag.
Pattern will be mailed within 1 – 3 business days.
FABRIC REQUIREMENTS ARE LISTED IN PHOTOS.
Fabric used for the cover quilt:
I made this using the (6) Main Color Combo directions.
A (1) – Windham Fabrics – Lofi Zig Zag Indigo
A (2) – Dear Stella – Dash Flow – Riviera
A (3) – Paintbrush Studios Over the Rainbow Clouds Light Blue
B (1) – Maywood Studio Kimberbell Basics Linen Texture Green,
B (2) – Dear Stella – Moonscape – Kiwi,
B (3) – Windham Fabrics – Foundation Hexagon in Grass,
C – Andover – Bumble Bee Basics Rain White
D – Andover – Bumble Bee Basics Ripple Black.
You can make this pattern using (2) Main Color, (6) Main Color, Scrappy using Fat Quarters or Super Duper Scrappy. All of the options will use the same Color C, Color D, Binding and Backing amounts.
~Basic sewing and quilting knowledge needed.
*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 a scant 1/4 inch.
DO not wash Fat Quarters or other precuts.
~~Quilt pattern is ONE person use. Do not copy, sell or distribute in any way!
~~ You may sell quilts using this pattern in small quantities. Please credit the pattern designer as Andrea Smith of Happy Cloud Creations.