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Square Dance Quilt Pattern


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  • Paper Piecing

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This paper pieced block is a great introduction to paper piecing! This pattern includes options to create 6", 8", and 10" blocks. The instructions include fabric requirements to make 6 quilt sizes (Baby/Crib, Lap, Twin, Double, Queen, and King) from all three block sizes. A full color photo tutorial on how to paper piece is included with this pattern. In order to create variation like the cover quilt, a variety of fabric should be used. This quilt would also look amazing in just two colors! Use any combination you can dream for your own look! You can make any of the block sizes or quilt sizes using fat quarters, half yards or full yards so this quilt is stash friendly! Pattern written by Heather Seminelli of Quilts Actually. Cover Quilt pieced by Heather Seminelli and 2014 Stash Bee Hive 12. Quilted by Heather Seminelli. If you make this quilt, please share it with the hashtag #squaredancequilt or tagging me @QACreations. You can also email me pictures or a link to your blog post at quilts actually(at) I would love to see what you make! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic paper piecing experience helpful, but not required. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Baby/Crib: 42" x 54" Lap: 56" x 72" Twin: 64" x 88" Double: 70" x 90" Queen: 80" x 100" King: 110" x 110"

Recommended with this pattern

  • The pattern back cover includes fabric requirements to make this quilt in 6 sizes: Baby/Crib, Lap, Twin, Double, Queen, and King
  • Washable Glue Stick
  • Thread

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I am a former Army helicopter pilot turned quilter and future librarian. I love sewing, quilting, and helping others learn to create. I am a longarm quilter, and pattern designer in New York. Check out my website for more projects: