Tumbling Snowflakes

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Tumbling Snowflakes Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Blanket/Bedspread

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • basic machine or hand piecing skills

Pattern Description:

This design won the 2011 Love the Lines contest sponsored by Inklingo, Electric Quilt and Northcott Fabrics. The overwhelming positive response to the design encouraged me to create an in-depth pattern for this quilt. The pattern includes step by step diagrams for creating all the different pieced hexagons that comprise this quilt, as well as detailed diagrams of each row in the quilt. The pattern also includes templates to trace and cut out for the quilt, although I highly recommend using Inklingo Shape Collection 3 and/or the From Marti Michell Perfect Patchwork Templates Set H.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 59 by 63 inches

Materials:

  • 1.25 yards white or very light blue fabric
  • .75 yards light blue fabric
  • 3.5 yards medium blue fabric
  • 1 yard dark blue fabric
  • .5 yards white fabric for inner border
  • 1 yard medium blue fabric for outer border
  • .5 yard dark blue fabric for binding
  • 5.25 yards fabric for backing
  • 65 inch by 69 inch batting

You Will Also Need:

  • Recommended: Inklingo Shape Collection 3 or From Marti Michell Perfect Patchwork Templates Set H

About Designer

About Designer

Emily Breclaw on craftsy.com

Hi! I'm a busy mom of five young children, a coffee junkie, and a quilter obsessed with all things hexagon. I started my design business to help quilters explore the world of quirky possibilities for contemporary hexagonal quilts.

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