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Down the Rabbit Hole Quilt Pattern PDF


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This listing is for a PDF pattern only. Follow Alice down the rabbit hole and into a world of beautiful quilts! A truly unique quilt that makes a perfect wedding or baby shower gift! This hexagonal quilt can be either a picnic blanket or a baby's play mat. Easier than it looks, this quilt is quickly made in one day. Just pick your favorite fabrics and start sewing. Quilters of all skill levels will enjoy this pattern. Plus BONUS instructions for making a 6 colored version! Finished Size: 56" x 60" Materials: 1 Fat Quarter (3) 1 yard cuts of Fabric 1.5 yards backing fabric (54" wide) Binding fabric Batting Skills required: You need to be able to rotary cut fabric and machine stitch an accurate 1/4" seam. This is a PDF pattern only - not the finished quilt. It will be emailed to your Etsy email address. If you want it to go to a different email address, just contact me and let me know. If you have questions regarding the pattern, just email me and I will try to help. Don't forget to visit my blog for my most current work. Angela Copyright Cut To Pieces 2012 All rights reserved, may not be resold or copied BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY sew a quarter inch seam cut accurately with a rotary cutter SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 54" x 60"

Supplies Needed

  • 1 Fat Quarter
  • 3 One yard cuts of Fabric
  • 1.5 yards 54" Backing Fabric

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Angela Pingel is a self-taught quilter who has been sewing for more than 20 years. Angela won Moda's Bakeshop Sliced Competition, and her quilts have been featured in 101 Patchwork Projects, Modern Patchwork, Quilt Scene and other publications. In between projects, she details her quilting adventures on her blog, <a href="" target="new">Cut To Pieces</a>.