Down on the Farm Quilt

from SomethingLisa

Down on the Farm Quilt Pattern


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Quilting: Down on the Farm Quilt
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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should be familiar with your sewing machine.
  • You should be familiar with quilting and sewing terms.
  • You should know how to use a zigzag or buttonhole stitch on your sewing machine.

Pattern Description:

Down on the Farm is a small quilt or wall hanging made using reverse-machine-applique. Reverse appliqu is a method of tucking under the edges of a piece of fabric in order to show another piece of fabric underneath. This pattern will teach you how to do reverse-machine-appliqu blocks as well as tell you how to assemble the final quilt/wall hanging. Patterns are included to make the lamb, calf, colt, chicken, pig, fence and barn.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 42" x 45"


  • Sewing Machine
  • Basic Sewing Kit
  • Thread to match background fabric
  • Fabric for foreground, background, sashing and borders (totaling four yards). Specific amounts are included in the pattern.

You Will Also Need:

  • Freezer Paper
  • Washable Glue Stick or Applique Glue
  • Paper & Fabric Scissors (optional pair of small fabric scissors with very sharp point)
  • Spray Starch (optional)

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 1 review)
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Excellent Fun down on the farm!  May 6, 2012

I don't have children around so I made this into a wallhanging just because I wanted to. The reverse machine applique is different and fun to learn. It seems to me that with a little manipulation one could use other motifs with this technique.

About Designer

About Designer

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I've always loved learning new things. I think the crafting bug was instilled in me early during my days as a Girl Scout. I had a wonderful Mother who encouraged my artist skills by allowing me to continually try new things even if I hadn't finished the last project yet. Today I encourage my own children to grow and create and in return they encourage me to do the same. I work in a local ...

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