Christmas Deer Lap Quilt Kit From QuiltieSisterS . Everything in this kit is, pre-cut, ready for you to sew!

CA$119.20

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Handmade

Materials

Cotton, Merry Christmas Deer Panel, machine die cut

Make this stunning, fun, easy to sew Chrismas lap quilt featuring a our favourite deer - Rudolph. Well, maybe this deer doesn't have a red nose!

Everything in this kit is pre-cut and ready for you to sew! This kit uses a beautiful Deer panel surrounded by tessellating pinwheel blocks. We created a custom die to create the shapes for blocks for this particular kit with dog eared corners making the construction simple and accurate! The kit includes 100% cotton quilt shop quality fabrics.

This has delighted everyone who has seen it. It is sure to be a favourite in your house too! It is known to add warmth and comfort to your holiday décor.

You can purchase the FINISHED QUILT here: https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/738312614/merry-christmas-reindeer-lap-quilt-from?ref=shop_home_active_1&frs=1

This QuiltieSisterS kit, allows quilters to spend less time on design, creating templates, and cutting and more time on putting a fun project together. All kits are precision cut using professional die cutting machines as our goal is to make it easier for you to make your own handmade creation that will be cherished for years to come.

Kit includes: Fabric Deer Panel; Pre-cut Tessellating Pinwheel pieces; strips for borders and strips for binding as well as general assembly instructions.

Required to complete your quilt -- Backing fabric (estimate 3 1/3 yard) and Batting.

Finished Size Approximately: 57 x 65 inches.

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First, make sure you use the thread that your machine likes the best! Checking the thread tension on your machine to make sure the tension is right (you don’t see the top thread in the bottom or vice versa) is key.

We use both cotton and cotton/polyester blend threads when we sew our quilts and find that a 50wt thread is usually better. The better quality modern polyester threads are much better than they used to be (we stay away from the cheaper polyester threads as they tend to fray). Cotton thread can tend to dry out and get brittle with age or heat (dryer), so knowing how the quilt will be used can help with thread selection.
It depends on what type of delivery service you select. According to Canada Post guidelines, here are two of the more popular delivery services that our customers have selected:

According to Canada Post guidelines, the standard delivery time for:

"Small package air" is 5-8 business days

"Tracked small package air" is 4-7 business days
The fabric in our kits is NOT pre-washed. As cotton shrinks less than 1%, we follow the practice of NOT pre-washing fabric.

When selecting backing and batting, you will want to match or reduce shrinkage:
*Cotton/Minky/Fireside) Backing, have 1% shrinkage so same as quilt top;
*Flannel backing, shrinks 3-5% so you will need to pre-wash the flannel backing to reduce shrinkage;
*100% cotton batting it will shrink 3-5% and can cause puckering. (Some people like this old-fashioned look)
80/20 (cotton/polyester blend) batting shrinks about 1% so about same as cotton top.

Once sewn, quilted and bound, your quilt can be machine washed in cold water on gentle, line dry or or lay flat to dry or tumble dry on low.
Fireside is a 150cm (60”) wide 100% polyester fabric with a soft, velvety hand that we offer as a backing choice for many of our kits.

It’s less slippery than Minkee, so some quilters find it easier to work with and provides that cuddly, soft quilt back.
Generally speaking, we like to use Hobbs 80/20 batting in our quilts as it has a 1% shrink factor, is great for washing and has a cozy soft feel.
NO, you would NOT pre-wash the cut pieces in the kit as they would fray and make sewing impossible. The current approach in quilting is NOT to pre-wash fabrics, unless they shrink more than 1%. As cotton does not shrink more than 1%, you do Not need to pre-wash cotton fabric. However, if you are using flannel for your backing you should pre-wash as it can shrink between 3-5%.

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