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Quarter and Dime


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The Quarter and Dime quilt pattern uses fusible or traditional applique to apply the circles. It comes in 2 sizes, baby and queen. This pattern is suitable for a beginner quilter. This quilt pattern is AccuQuilt GO! compatible and contains optional instructions for its use. See the video below to see how Jen Eskridge, the pattern designer, uses the AccuQuilt GO! to make the Nested Circles. Finished Sizes Baby: 45" x 42" Queen: 90" x 84" BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY ironing SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Baby: 45" x 42" Queen: 90" x 84"

Supplies Needed

  • Bed Size (90" x 84") 12 Fat Quarters* OR assorted fabric scraps 7 yards background fabric 3/4 yard binding 5 1/3 yards backing fabric 1 queen size batting 2 packages Heat Bond fusible web
  • Baby Size (45" x 42") 4 Fat Quarters* OR assorted fabric scraps, as shown 1 3/4 yards background fabric 1/2 yard binding 1 1/3 yards backing fabric 1 crib size batting 1 package Heat Bond fusible web
  • Heat'n'Bond or other fusible product

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ReannaLily Designs
ReannaLily Designs
Designer Jen Eskridge is a native Texan who has lived and traveled all over the world. Her favorite residence to date is Daegu, South Korea. The longest she's lived anywhere, since college, in Baton Rouge, has only been 3 years. It was in South Korea, while shopping at fabric manufacturer's mill markets that Jen decided to apply her Apparel Design Degree to her very own quilting and sewing pattern company, ReannaLily Designs. Once she returned to the United States in summer 2008, Jen launched the company with the trademarked Seamingly Accurate Seam Guide and commissioned sewing jobs. The company has evolved into a pattern and design company in addition to its humble sewing beginnings. Jen has been featured in numerous magazines, Sew It All TV and Pat Sloan's Radio show for her design work. Jen is a contributing artist in a few collective books and has 3 books of her own on the market. Deploy That Fabric, Hexagons Made Easy, Learn to Sew Easy Curves, and The Quilted Clamshell. ReannaLily Designs is largely focused on quick affordable designs for a range of skill leveled sewing enthusiasts. Visit the website,, to view and shop the entire catalog. Jen maintains a daily blog at to showcase sewing adventures, successes and mishaps. She also has over 30 free sewing projects, tips, and tutorials listed on the blog site.