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Corgi Fairytale


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  • Applique
  • Embellishments

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Pattern Details

Legend has it that the Welsh Corgi is the "enchanted" dog of the Fay. They were used by fairies and elves to pull their coaches or to serve as the steeds for their warriors. At night, the Welsh Corgi would sneak away to the hills of Wales to play with the magical little people. It's said that those who have an understanding heart and a sharp eye can see the faint fairy saddle on the back of a Welsh Corgi and the harness marks on their shoulders. This quilt shows the special relationship between corgi and fairy. Your scraps will glow when used in this fun ticker tape applique method! Pattern includes: Corgi applique design Fairy applique design Ticker tape applique technique Machine Applique suggestions Quilting tips and suggestions BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Machine Applique Quilt binding Free motion quilting SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 56" x 42"

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1.75 yards background fabric
  • 1 fat quarter (gray) - fairy applique
  • Assorted scraps in red, orange, yellow, green and blue

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Katie's Quilting Corner
Katie's Quilting Corner
I'm a 30 something crafter that became addicted to quilting in the Spring of 2010. I'm a divorcee with three corgi dogs and a tortoise that make me smile every day. My first quilt project was a kit I purchased at a craft store on sale for $7. I started it one year and picked it back up five years later determined to finish it. Finish it I did and I was instantly addicted to quilting. I've always been intrigued with quilting ever since I saw my mom put together a quilt block for a church quilt one year. She also let me sleep under her wedding quilt sometimes and that was always a special experience since it was usually reserved for times when I was sick and would sleep on the couch. I'm a serial crafter. Past crafts I've dabbled in: miniature house painting, knitting, cross stitch, needle punching, latch hooking, and sketching. I've never taken a formal sewing class. I took my first quilting class in January of 2011. I love the medium and the finished product is something everyone can love for years to come. I blog and host a quilting podcast at