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Blueberry & Peaches Baby Quilt


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  • Applique

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Pattern Details

I thought I'd try one more baby quilt, with bearsas they are so fun and quick to sew up. I liked the blue and peach fabrics I had in my stash, and this was my inspiration for creating these two cute bearsa boy and a girlon this quilt. I know there is a ton of inspirational fabric available; however, I like to challenge myself to come up with ways to use fabrics from my stashand in that process, a wonderful quilt is the result. This PDF pattern has colored illustrations, clear instructions, and full-size templates for the applique pieces that have already been reversed for the fusible applique process. Use my fabric choices as your guide and have fun with this project. If you wish, you may try one of my free applique patterns to see if the method is one you would like to make. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You should already know how to use a sewing machine and some of the fancier stitches. Preferable, you would also have knowledge of fusible applique and cutting out fabrics using rotary cutting tools. If not, you can still learn by referring to quilting books that teach these methods.

Recommended with this pattern

  • Black - 1/4 yd. (0.30 m)
  • Peach (print) - 3/8 yd. (0.40 m)
  • Peach (plain) - 1 yd. (1.00 m)

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Sewing began my 'adventure with fabric' in seventh grade, from making my own clothes, to now having a passion for quilting. I love the creative process and completion of each project is more important than striving for perfection. Presently, I like to blend applique with scrap quilting techniques and finishing my quilts with the quilt-as-you-go technique. After 14 years of quilting, I still haven't learned how to FMQ, but perhaps, it can till happen. When away from my sewing space, it's counted cross stitch and hand embroidery, I'll be working on. I love how creative this platform is; and still enjoy learning new things every year.