Grandma's Lawn Chair

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Grandma's Lawn Chair Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Quilting

Type:

Other

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Cut fabric
  • Basic Quilting skills

Pattern Description:

Meet my Grandma's Lawn Chair! This simple and quick pattern creates a basket weave design that reminds me so much of my grandma's lawn chairs I always sat on as a child. This PDF pattern comes in three different quilt sizes: Baby, Toddler, and Lap.

Included in the pattern:
:: Cutting Instructions (for cutting from yardage as well as fat quarters)
:: Piecing Instructions
:: Fabric variations and color schemes
:: Coloring pages for the different sizes (great way to plan your quilt before you cut!)
:: Tips for using directional prints
:: Lots of detail for easy piecing and understanding this pattern
:: Instruction variation for using a jelly roll(s)

17 pages total, with lots of diagrams.

Fabric requirements by size:

Baby Quilt:
Finished size: 33.5" x 39.5",
Background fabric: 1/2 yard
11 Print fabrics: (1 1/8 yard total)
Per print:
1 Fat eighth or fat quarter
Or1 - 3.5" by WOF strip,

Batting: at least 37" x 43"
Fabric for back: 1 1/4 yard
Binding fabric: 1/3 yard

Toddler Quilt:
Finished size: 39.5" x 45.5"
Background fabric: 1/2 yard
13 Print fabrics: (1 1/6 yards)
Per Print:
1 fat quarter
Or1 - 3.5" by WOF strip,

Batting: at least 44" x 49"
Fabric for back: 1 3/4 yards
Binding fabric: 1/2 yard

Lap Quilt:
Finished size: 69.5" x 75.5"
Background fabric: 1 1/2 yard
23 Print fabrics: (3 1/2 yards)
Per Print:
1 fat quarter
Or2 - 3.5" by WOF strips,

Batting: at least 74" x 79"
Fabric for back: 4 1/4 yards
Binding fabric: 2/3 yard

***Jelly roll quilt sizes vary from above sizes, to make the best use of your jelly roll. Lap size quilt requires two identical jelly rolls.

Find out more about this pattern on my blog: http://fromblankpages.blogspot.com

Materials:

  • fabric
  • batting
  • backing fabric

You Will Also Need:

  • sewing machine
  • thread
  • scissors
  • rotary cutter and cutting mat
  • any other basic sewing tools you use

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 1 review)

Mike P. on craftsy.com

Excellent Simple and elegant!  September 13, 2013


This pattern looked tricky, but it was sew easy and it went together very quickly!

About Designer

About Designer

DianeBohn on craftsy.com

I have been crafting for as long as I can remember! I like tinkering around in a little bit of everything!

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