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Wander Through the Woods Christmas Tree Quilt

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Beginner

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Pattern Details

Whether for Christmas or for an outdoors lover, create a zigzag path through the pine trees with this jelly roll friendly lap quilt or wall hanging. Assembled in rows with no points to match, this quilt is suitable for all levels of quilter. Detailed, step by step instructions guide you though the construction of your quilt, along with diagrams, quilting suggestions, tips for accuracy and full binding instructions. There are multiple variations to try, including a mini version just 12.5" square. You'll also learn how to make your trees any size you like. Made up in Christmas fabrics, it's a great quilt for the festive season, but why not try something different? Create an enchanted forest using some of the cute novelty prints available - think mushrooms, fairies and woodland creatures. A quilt sewn in earthy tones would make an ideal gift for a lover of the outdoors, and the design would make a great masculine quilt. Fabric shown in the main quilt is Aspen Frost by Basic Grey for Moda. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You should be able to sew a consistent seam, and sew along a line. Rotary cutting skills are useful SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Main quilt and variations finish at 40.5 x 48.5" Mini quilt finishes at 12.5" square If you have any questions, please contact me at hopesquiltdesigns@outlook.com

Recommended with this pattern

  • Piece of batting/wadding 110 x 132 cm (44 x 52")
  • 30 cm (12") binding fabric
  • 1.35 m (1.5 yards) backing fabric (at least 44" wide)

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Hope's Quilt Designs
Hope's Quilt Designs
I have enjoyed craft as long as I can remember, and would love to try them all! Mum was always making things, and Dad always building things, so I guess it runs in the family. My main interest now is in patchwork and quilting. I am brimming with ideas and have notebooks and scraps of paper full of quilt sketches. I hope to make them all one day, and gradually make each one into a pattern.