Home Front Snuggler

from ReannaLily Designs

Home Front Snuggler Pattern


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Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • rotary cutting

Pattern Description:

This fun modern quilt pattern showcases quilter's fat quarters (fabric pre-cut to 18" x 22") and recycled military uniforms set on a light background fabric. Of course, yardage requirements are given for the uniform fabric, in case you want to make the quilt with a featured center fabric instead. The binding is also scrappy, made from the fat quarter pieces.

McCall's Quick Quilts featured this quilt (baby size) in the Feb/Mar 2011 issue. The blocks are very quick and simple to construct.

The pattern offers two sizes:
Baby: 45" x 45"
Bed Size: 90" x 90"

This pattern from ReannaLily Designs also includes directions for breaking down a military uniform and using it in your new bag design. See more of this style in Deploy That Fabric, a pattern book written by Jen, the owner of ReannaLily Designs.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • baby: 45"X 45"
  • bed: 90" X 90"


  • Baby: 5 Fat Quarters measuring 18" x 22" (2 will become binding) 1 military uniform shirt OR 1 additional dark/focus fat quarter 1 1/4 yard solid white cotton fabric (background) 2 yards quilter's cotton (backing)
  • Bed Size (90x90): 20 Fat Quarters measuring 18" x 22" (4 will become binding fabric) 1 military uniform shirt OR 4 additional dark/focus fat quarter pieces 5 yard solid white cotton fabric (background) 9 yards quilter's cotton (backing)

About Designer

About Designer

Jen Eskridge on craftsy.com

Designer Jen Eskridge is a native Texan who has lived and traveled all over the world. Her favorite residence to date is Daegu, South Korea. The longest she's lived anywhere, since college, in Baton Rouge, has only been 3 years.

It was in South Korea, while shopping at fabric manufacturer's mill markets that Jen decided to apply her Apparel Design Degree to her very own quilting and sewing ...

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