BookCase Quilt

from HdWench

BookCase Quilt Pattern

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BookCase Quilt 53 1/2

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Blanket/Bedspread

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Easy Beginner Level
  • Sew 1/4" seams
  • Chain Piece Sets into Blocks

Pattern Description:

I am delighted to offer this EASY pattern that makes into an oversized Twin, a Queen Size or add more rows and columns (with 1-2 more Striped Jelly Rolls) and make it KING SIZE. I've posted a cool tip on making a Ribbon to tie around Quilts as a "gift wrap", or to make a lovely string Bow to add to a Blouse on my Blog. Another Free Tutorial that's "Easy" to do as I walk you through with Photos

I bought some Striped Jelly Rolls that said (yes, fabric talks to me haha )... make me into a Quilt that looks like a Bookcase with Books on a Shelf!

This is an EASY, Beginners Level Quilt -- This pattern PDF is made without borders, but add borders and it is Queen Size.

Make it with only 1 striped Jelly Roll (and sashing) and what a cute wall hanging in a Library this would be!

The Photo of my BookCase Quilt is shown laying on a Queen Size bed without borders, to show how big this pattern is! Thank you over 1400 have downloaded this :-)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 53 1/2" x 68 1/2"

Materials:

  • 2 Jelly Rolls in Stripes, 1 Black or Brown for Sashing and Shelves
  • Batting and Backing for Queen

You Will Also Need:

  • Matching Thread, Rotary Cutter and Mat

About Designer

About Designer

HdWench on craftsy.com

I began sewing my clothing in Junior High (a long time ago). My love of sewing includes Home Decor, designing Renaissance Clothing and making Quilts.

My blog is BlondeUsingRotaryCutter.blogspot.com

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