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Double Vision Wall Hanging Quilt Pattern

$8.99

Skill Level

Beginner

Skills Needed

  • Applique
  • Blocks On Point
  • Classic Blocks
  • Curved Piecing
  • Diamonds
  • Embellishments
  • Embroidery
  • Hand Quilting
  • Paper Piecing
  • Pre-Cuts
  • Precision Piecing
  • Quilt-As-You-Go
  • Templates
  • Triangles
  • Y-Seams

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Pattern Details

I love it when I see fabric and have a "VISION" for it immediately. That is just what happened with this beautiful fabric. Are you wanting to do something with a panel or a beautiful piece of fabric other than just put a border around it? You can turn any panel into an art quilt, wall hanging and even a baby quilt. Any panel work, even a focus fabric can work. I've tried to give you several examples, as I can! I'm having way to much fun!Approximate finished size of wall hanging is: 39" x 50", quilt is 45" x 56" depending on the wave at the top and bottom. Directions for both included in the pattern. The sunflower quilt and the quilt with fringe are versions of the pattern. Let your imagination run with this one. Used in main photo Timeless Treasure Fantasia 24? Panel Fantasia-C3133-Multi and coordinating fabric SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 45" x 56" quilt 39" x 50" wall hanging

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A la Mode
A la Mode
Does the idea of quilting intimidate you? These stylish designs are created with YOU in mind. The instructions are easy to follow and the results will be uniquely YOURS. Have fun with fabrics and embellishments to create items to be treasured forever! Ideas just come to my mind. I have visions of my designs first! I sketch them out and soon they are a new design! My goal is always to have it look complicated but be EASY to make! I have been sewing since I was about 8! I remember my Penny Brite doll, scrap fabric and the little green tomato crates from the grocery store. That was Penny Brite's bed! Happy Visions in Your Quilting and Sewing Today! questions email me at: a_la_mode@comcast.net