Snowball Fight Lap Quilt

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Snowball Fight Lap Quilt Pattern


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Quilting: Snowball Fight Lap Quilt
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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic quilting skills
  • Fusible web applique

Pattern Description:

Snow! It's snowing!
Grab your mittens and let's go have a snowball fight!

No feminine pinks in this quilt! The colors are rich and vibrant. Add a snowball fight theme, and this quilt will be enjoyed by everyone in the family.

Thirty snowball blocks make up the center of the quilt. Seven of those blocks are lovely white snowballs, and mittens dance all around the border.

Made with flannels for extra coziness or made with your favorite quilting cotton, the quilt is a perfect size to snuggle under on a chilly winter's day.

Please contact me if you come across any questions or snags while using this pattern. I'll be happy to help in any way I can.

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 46 1/2" x 52 1/2"


  • Medium to dark prints or solids: Twenty-three (23) 10" layer cake squares or a total of 1 1/2 yards of several different fabrics.
  • White solid: 1/2 yard
  • Background print or solid: Two (2) yards
  • Red for border and binding: One half (1/2) yard

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by 2strings
Lincoln, NE
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Since retiring from my teaching career I've discovered that there is life outside of the classroom! I spend parts of most of my days indulging in my favorite hobbies of quilting and sewing. I started designing patterns as an experiment, and no one was more surprised than I was to find that other people liked my little designs. I try to write my patterns in such a way that beginning quilters can ...

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