Flower Cone & Wall Sconce

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Flower Cone & Wall Sconce Pattern


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Quilting: Flower Cone & Wall Sconce
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Home Decor



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Rotary Cutting
  • Machine Piecing
  • Machine Quilting (optional)

Pattern Description:

Reversible! Made from fat quarters, charm squares, or pre-cut strips. Use it as:
- A wrap to present a beautiful bouquet.
- A lovely wall or door decoration.
- Flower holders at pew ends for a wedding.

For the hanger, use ribbon or a purse handle. These flower cones are easily made from fat quarters, charm squares, or pre-cut strips. Instructions for many sizes are included. Use a single fabric for the inside and outside or make beautiful patchwork panels.

Honoring a music or drama teacher with flowers? Taking flowers as a housewarming gift? Deliver them in a lovely quilted flower cone that can later be filled with silk flowers and used as a wall or door sconce. Large size accommodates supermarket and florist bouquets. Smaller sizes are perfect for hostess gifts that can double as centerpieces

A great project for beginners and experienced quilters alike. Only basic rotary cutting and sewing sills needed.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Sizes from 7" tall x 5" wide to 18" tall x 14" wide


  • Fat Quarters or Charm Squares or 2-1/2

You Will Also Need:

  • Batting
  • Purse handle or ribbon for hanger

About Designer

About Designer

Carol Dockery on craftsy.com

I specialize in unique and useful projects that promote the art of patchwork and quilting. I'm the daughter of a Home Economics teacher and a life-long crafter. As a full-time software professional, I squeezed my passion for quilting into a few free hours at night. Hence, my nickname, Quilter by Night! Now, I'm turning my designs into patterns to share. Visit my website, www.QuilterbyNight to see ...

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