Hopscotch Mat

from Me and My Sister Designs

Hopscotch Mat Pattern

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Quilting: Hopscotch Mat
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Blanket/Bedspread

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • The talent of fusible applique and satin stitch
  • You should be able to sew a consistent 1/4 seam allowance.

Pattern Description:

Hopscotch Mat!

Turn a favorite childhood game into portable fun!

Happy Quilting!
Barb and Mary
Me and My Sister Designs

This pattern will print 14 pattern pages including 4 template pages.

DO NOT use the "fit to page" setting on your printer when printing templates.

*all rights reserved, for personal use only, copying of any kind is prohibited.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 42 1/2 x 94 1/2 inches

Materials:

  • 21, 4 x 4 - inch Yellow scraps for Block #1
  • 10, 3 x 12 - inch Orange scraps for Block #2
  • 9, 4 x 8 - inch Green scraps for Block #3
  • 9, 4 x 12 - inch Purple scraps for Block #4
  • 9, 4 x 12 - inch Turquoise scraps for Block #5
  • 10, 3 x 12 - inch Pink scraps for Block #6
  • 7, 4 x 12 - inch Blue scraps for Block #7
  • 7, 4 x 12 - inch Green scraps for Block #8
  • 21, 4 x 4 - inch Orange scraps for Block #9
  • 9, 4 x 8 - inch Pink scraps for Block #10
  • 1/2 yard black with white dots for numbers
  • 1/2 yard white for number block background
  • 1 3/4 yards white with green dots for background and first border
  • 1 1/8 yards turquoise print for second border
  • 5/8 yard turquoise dot for binding
  • 6 yards of fabric for backing
  • 3/4 yard heavby weight, 20 - inch wide fusible web
  • Marking pencil

You Will Also Need:

  • Basic sewing tools
  • Rotary cutter, ruler and mat

About Designer

About Designer

meandmysisterdesigns on craftsy.com

It all started with that first quilt class.

While taking our very first quilt class together, we discovered that the shop we were taking the class at was for sale. We decided that owning a quilt shop might not be such a bad idea. We didn't end up buying that shop but a few years later started our own.

Designing and sewing samples for the shop was more fun than could be imagined. Years ...

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