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Quilt Pattern, Irish Christmas


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  • Applique
  • Classic Blocks

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Pattern Details

Irish Christmas quilt made with clovers. You can hang it on the wall it is 50" square or put it over the back of your sofa. It is applique' and pieced. I designed it for a magazine and I am now selling the pattern. I long arm quilted the quilt so when you finished you can send it to me to quilt. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You will need to know how to applique', piecing, and sew a 1/4" seam. The directions are easy to follow and templates are included. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished quilt size is 50 x 50 inches

Recommended with this pattern

  • 2yds of green, 1 1/4 yds. red, 6yds white fabric. Batting and 3/4 yd. binding fabric.
  • general quilting supplies and template making notions

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Quilt Patterns by Donna Westerkamp
I am a quilter and mother of six children, 1 daughter and 5 sons. I live in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. My career started with making cloth dolls at craft shows and being published on the cover of several major magazines for my original designs. I then freelanced my sewing and craft ideas with a team of designers for Ben Franklin magazine and Lee Wards stores. I have been published on the cover of the Irish Quilting Magazine Vol 17 , St.Patricks quilt; and Quilt Art 2013 Engagement Calendar, May 13 page. In 2008. Wicked Book by Cherrywood Fabrics. I started my longarm quilting business learning the art of free motion quilting.(non computer) I belong to Faithful Circle Quilt Guild, The Northern Illinois Long arm Quilting Guild (Former President) and The American Quilter Society. I enjoy designing patterns that are traditional and modern. I like to take classes and continue to read new books on quilting. I hope you enjoy my patterns and let me know how I can improve my patterns. Thank you, Donna