French Kisses PDF Quilt Pattern

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French Kisses PDF Quilt Pattern Pattern

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Pattern Details

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Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Blanket/Bedspread

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • basic piecing and an accurate 1/4" seam make these classic blocks play so nicely together

Pattern Description:

I dreamt this design up while feeding my new baby in the wee hours of the morning. These are two of my favorite blocks, usually made with half-square triangles, simplified a bit so they come together seemingly seamlessly. The large quilt blocks build the quilt quickly, and lend themselves perfectly for fussy-cutting. The design looks great in modern or traditional fabric!

Pattern is fully diagrammed, layer-cake or fat quarter friendly, and includes the bonus "Just Hugs" pattern free!

Quilting on cover by eileenquilts.com
Fabric featured on cover is Rouenneries Deux by French General for Moda fabrics.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 64" x 80" quilt

Materials:

  • Fabric requirements: 10 medium/dark (print) fat quarters 10 background (light) fat quarters + 1/4 yd. background for inset border piecing OR 1 layer cake(tm) (thirty-nine 10" squares) 2 ... yd. background fabric WITH 2 1/4 yd. border (medium or dark in value) ... yd. binding (cut at 2 1/4" wide) 5 yds. backing

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 2 reviews)
Quiet Play on craftsy.com

Excellent Great pattern!  April 24, 2013


Fabulous pattern. Easy to follow and gives a beautiful result.

Quiet Play on craftsy.com

Excellent Great pattern!  April 24, 2013


Fabulous pattern. Easy to follow and gives a beautiful result.

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About Designer

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I'm a farmer's wife who quit my teaching job to stay home with my babies and discovered I love cutting up fabric to sew it back together again. :)

You can find more of me here! http://traceyjayquilts.blogspot.com/

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