Bear Tracks Quilt #118

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Bear Tracks Quilt #118 Pattern

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Quilting: Bear Tracks Quilt #118
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Blanket/Bedspread

Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic quilting skills, quick turn applique

Pattern Description:

This is a woodsy flannel quilt for your cabin. A perfect quilt to make for the man in your life. My sons love this quilt, it's woodsy, cozy and a great project to make for the boys in your family. Can easily be put together in a weekend or at a quilt retreat. The sample quilt on the front cover uses Primo Plaids from Marcus Brothers. Finished quilt measures 66 " x 91" I backed mine with flannel to make it extra cozy.
Complete project would make a wonderful gift.

***8 pages of directions with directions in US measurements with color picture of finished quilt and supplies clearly stated on the pattern.

Original design by Quilt Doodle Designs

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 66" x 91"

Materials:

  • Square Block #1: 1/2 yard blue
  • Square Block #2: 1/2 yard dark gray
  • Square Block #3: 1/2 yard green
  • Square Blcok #4 & cabin door: 1/2 yard red
  • Cabin Blocks: 1/2 yard brown
  • Bear Paw & Cabin Roof: 1/2 yard black
  • Tree & Northern Pike Blocks: 1/2 yard green
  • Bluegill Blocks: 1/2 yard dark green
  • Cream background (Cabin, Tree, Fish blcoks): 1 yard cream
  • Cabin Window: scrap gold flannel or fat eighth
  • Border #1: 3/4 yard cream
  • Border #2: 3/4 yard brown
  • Border #3: 1 1/4 yard blue
  • Binding: 1/2 yard
  • Backing: 6 yards

You Will Also Need:

  • Twin size batting
  • 1 yard lightweight non-woven fusible interfacing

About Designer

About Designer

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I have a love for sewing and quilting that was started when I was a small child. I was encouraged by my mom, grandma and great grandma. I had excellent teachers!

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