Girly Skull Stained Glass Pattern

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Girly Skull Stained Glass Pattern Pattern

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Quilting: Girly Skull Stained Glass Pattern
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Quilting

Type:

Other

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should already know how to cut fabric and iron

Pattern Description:

This cute girly skull stained glass applique pattern is the perfect touch for wall hang quilts, quilts for teens, and anything with a skull motif.

Our daughter begged us to make her a cute skull quilt for her room. That's how this wall hang quilt came to life.

Once received, using this design is quick and easy. Start to finish, it can be done in under 4 hours. Our directions will walk you through our simple method to keep applique fun and easy.

Size is an 8x10 quilting block, but you can adjust the size by extending out the edge pieces if you desire.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Finished pattern is 8x 10 inches, depending on which method is chosen.

Materials:

  • Fabric for applique (4x4 inches for each color)
  • Fabric for background (8x10 inches)
  • Fusible adhesive (8x10 inches)
  • scissors
  • iron
  • fine tip pen
  • envelope or ziplock bag for small pieces

You Will Also Need:

  • needle and thread (optional)
  • sewing machine (optional)

About Designer

About Designer

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Quilting started to interest me at 16. I would watch for hours as my grandmother quilted in her favorite chair.

Unfortunately, she passed away that same year and never got a chance to really show me how it was done.

Ever since she gave me the ?quilting bug?, I studied existing quilts. I loved the artwork with fabric placement and the stitches were neat too.

Finally, when I was 21, I ...

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