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Quilt Pattern-Nine patch

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Pattern Details

This is a great quilt to use up your 1930's scraps or any other 2 1/2" squares that you might have already cut. The quilt can be strip pieced if you have jelly rolls. This is a crib size quilt. I like the fact that you can buy a batting that will fit perfectly to the size of this quilt. The blocks are traditional blocks, that are easy to make. Actual template size is included in the directions. You can rearrange them for x and o 's, know as hugs and kisses. I just went with the hugs, and that is how I came up with the name Baby Hugs. You can't get enough hugs, even when they grow up. Have fun making this quilt. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You will need to know how to sew 1/4-inch, quilting basics, working with bias edges. The directions are easy to follow. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished quilt size is 40-inches x 56-inches, crib size

Recommended with this pattern

  • 2 yards of 1930's prints, 2 yards of white fabric. Batting, binding , and backing fabric will also be required.
  • 2 1/2" ruler or template. Rotary cutter and mat.

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Donna Westerkamp
I am a 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 and American Quilter Society.