Monster Madness

from ReannaLily Designs

Monster Madness Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Blanket/Bedspread

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • ironing

Pattern Description:

This quilt pattern includes directions and fabric requirements for 3 different size quilts.
Baby: 36" x 36"
Crib: 36" x 48"
Twin: 72" x 96"

This is a super fast pattern to make and an excellent first project. The whimsical nature of the design is great for kids. They can help design monsters and learn about sewing and quilting.

All templates included. NO PDF taping is required. Templates print in 100% size on one sheet of paper.

6 Free Motion Quilting design ideas are included.

Optional:
Circles # 55155
Circles # 55012

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Baby: 36" x 36"
  • Crib: 36" x 48"
  • Twin: 72" x 96"

Materials:

  • Baby Size 36" x 36"
  • |6 solid color Fat Quarters* 1 black Fat Quarter* (for eyes) 2/3 yard solid white fabric 1 packaged crib size batting 45" x 60" 1 1/8th yard backing fabric
  • Crib Size 36" x 48"
  • | 8 solid color Fat Quarters* 1 black Fat Quarter * (for eyes) 2/3 yard solid white fabric 1 packaged crib size batting 45" x 60" 1 1/2 yard backing fabric
  • Twin Size 72" x 96"
  • 40 solid color Fat Quarters* 1 black Fat Quarter * (for eyes) 1 1/3 yard solid white fabric 1 packaged twin size batting 45" x 60" 4 1/2 yard backing fabric

You Will Also Need:

  • Heat'n'Bond or other fusible web
  • Accuquilt Dies - OPTIONAL - Circles # 55155 Circles # 55012

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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