Primitive Joy

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Primitive Joy Pattern

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Quilting: Primitive Joy
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Primitive Joy Primitive Joy Table Topper
Primitive Joy Primitive Joy
Primitive Joy Primitive Joy {Christmas}
Primitive Joy Primitive Joy {Christmas}

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Wall Hanging

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • follow pattern instructions
  • machine blanket stitch
  • fusible applique is used

Pattern Description:

This pattern provides lots of opportunity for personal embellishment. You could make it a Christmas tree with decorations, or add animals to a tree in the forest. Have fun with it!

Wallhanging or TableTopper. Pattern includes photographs for both options and full size templates. Any method of applique will provide quick results. Great gift or seasonal item. Tabletopper provides great place to feature a favourite print.

Check out the happy Christmas version with a SELVAGE tree! At the end of the pattern you will find directions on how to make the selvage tree:)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 26 1/2 by 32 1/2 inches

Materials:

  • Christmas and Table topper versions require 1 yard EACH of 2 different fabrics
  • Primitive JOY uses fat quarter light/medium neutral for centre background;
  • fat quarter medium green for large and 2 small trees
  • fat eighth medium green for 2 small trees
  • fat quarter light/medium neutral for corner blocks
  • 1/2 yard medium purple print for side blocks and straight grain binding
  • 1/2 yard dark black print for corner triangles and borders

You Will Also Need:

  • white thread for sewing selvages
  • button for moon
  • fusible web - 1/2 yard

About Designer

About Designer

SarahVee on craftsy.com

I quilt for the joy it brings (because I am a JOYful girl!) Thanks to Ani diFranco for giving me this beautiful motto to create by. I make most of my patterns using my stash - which is limited and full of colourful prints! I am obsessed with designing ways to use up selvages - especially collections of selvages from fabrics used in a single project. Sadie Paisley (the mini stitched Joyful me in ...

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