It's a Hoot! Owl Baby Quilt Pattern

from Squirrely Girl Designs

It's a Hoot! Owl Baby Quilt Pattern Pattern

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It's a Hoot! Owl Baby Quilt Pattern Snuggly flannel works great too!
It's a Hoot! Owl Baby Quilt Pattern Adorable contempory owl fabric on gre!

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Quilting

Type:

Other

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic quilting skills

Pattern Description:

Who gives a hoot? You do! These owls are in various stages of napping - in fact, the last owl is so relaxed he flipped right over!

The owls and letters are fused and machine appliqued over a very simple pieced background. Have fun with using a decorative stitch on your machine to applique the pieces so they'll hold up to lots of loving use. Full-sized applique shapes are included along with very detailed instructions with many tips, especially for first-time machine appliquers. Suggestions for machine quilting and even a label are included.

Part of a series, this design works great in cottons or flannels.

Snuggle your little loved one up in this adorable baby quilt!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 40" x 52"

Materials:

  • Sewing Machine, basic quilting supplies

You Will Also Need:

  • Fusible product, such as Lite Heat n Bond or similar product

About Designer

About Designer

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Kim, of Squirrely Girl Designs has been quilting for over 35 years. She got started in college because she worked at the dorm desk overnight and she needed something to keep her awake all night long! She’s come a long ways since those early days and is now expressing her creativity through pattern designing. She loves to create designs with a sense of humor that are geared toward the beginner and ...

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