Lady Edith by WalnArts...Quilts!

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Home Decor



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should already know how to rotary strip cut, square edges and corners.
  • You should know how to layer and baste your layers together.
  • Have some knowledge of either hand or machine quilting.
  • Quilting template is NOT included. These are top piecing cutting and block instruction only.

Pattern Description:

This quilt was inspired by the Downton Abbey collection by Kathy Hall. The two blocks are simple, yet elegant and very reminiscent of Lady Edith of Downton. Set on point, they resemble her edginess, and the way she sets herself apart from the rest of the family.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Queen Size 100" x 100"


  • Scissors/snippers
  • Quilter's ruler/square
  • Rotary cutter and cutting mat
  • Iron and safe pressing surface
  • Possibly, a seam ripper

You Will Also Need:

  • Matching cotton thread, large safety pins/quilter's pins, quilting thread, and either hand quilting needles and a frame, or your sewing machine. Basting/tagging gun is optional.
  • Batting of your choice
  • Backing fabric of your choice
  • Bias tape or fabric for the binding

About Designer

About Designer

MamallamaW on

I'm a SAHM, that loves my geeky side. I love to play and I'm into RPG and MMO gaming, and watching sci-fi TV. I also read a lot. I've been into paint and textile arts my whole life, and I'm happy to share my creations with others.
I studied Art History, and love classic renaissance works. I am often inspired by the small details that most people don't notice. I love to do things outside the box ...

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