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Missionaries Applique Block of the Month

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Skill Level

Intermediate

Skills Needed

  • Applique|Embroidery

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PATTERN DETAILS

The young pair of missionaries far afield, done in wool and needle-turn applique with embellishments, is the second block of our "Forever Bound" LDS Museum Quilt. This quilt was featured as "His Works- My Blessings" in the 2012 LDS International Art Competition and the March 2013 issue of The Ensign. The block finishes to about 17? and will be one of 9 applique blocks, 4 tree of life blocks, pieced setting triangles, and borders that make up the entire quilt. It can also be used as a pillow top, if desired. The pattern will be released on a block-of-the-month basis, so you can create your own museum piece. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY general applique applique with wool quilting machine or hand applique needle turn applique (optional) embroidery SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 17"x17"

Recommended with this pattern

  • Cotton fabric scraps in various colors
  • Various pieces of wool felt in white, black, green, brown, yellow, and plaid
  • 1 fat quarter in taupe

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The Cloth Parcel
The Cloth Parcel
The Cloth Parcel is run by Diane and Audrey, a mother-daughter creative team with combined decades of experience in sewing, quilting, and design. Diane made herself a jumper in the 4th grade and countless things thereafter. Earning a Communications BA for practicality, she took clothing courses for fun. She has finished over 70 quilts in the last 13 years, including a finalist for the 2011 International LDS Church Art Competition. Audrey has a BS in Interior and Business Design and is currently the queen of the roost at home. Lover of all things art and design, she is always trying something new and finding a new way to create.