Hello, Gourd-geous!

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Hello, Gourd-geous! Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Wall Hanging

Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • sew a quarter inch seam
  • match points
  • applique
  • make bias vines

Pattern Description:

I love Halloween. LOVE it. I love the pumpkins and the leaves and costumes and scary movies and all of it. I want to make the Halloween season last as long and possible, and here's my solution---Hello, Gourd-geous! Applique pumpkins and vines creep across graphic seasonal stars. Whether it's an elegant Halloween or a crisp Fall look you're going for, Hello Gourd-geous! lively combination of piecing and applique will let your pumpkins live long past October.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 49-1/2" x 49-1/2"

Materials:

  • Cream Backgrounds: 1-1/8 yard total assorted fabrics, and a 10 1/2" square
  • Oranges: 2/3 yard assorted fabrics for piecing, scraps totaling a fat quarter for pumpkin applique
  • Blacks: 1-1/4 yard total assorted fabrics
  • Greys: 3/8 yard total assorted fabrics
  • Greens: fat quarter total assorted fabrics
  • Note: You can get all of your bias vine out of a fat quarter
  • Cream Inner Border: 1/4 yard
  • Cream Outer Border: 1/4 yard
  • Binding: 1/2 yard black
  • Backing: 3-1/8 yards
  • Batting: 56" x 56"

You Will Also Need:

  • rotary cutter
  • ruler
  • pins
  • 3/8" bias tape maker
  • applique supplies
  • Optional: tear-away or water-soluble stabilizer

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One calm day in Southeastern Nebraska, the phrase, ?I have an idea!? was uttered. Normally this leads to some explosion in quilty creativity, but this particular time it was more than that: it was the idea that a dynamic mother-daughter duo should go into the quilting business together.

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