QUILTING PATTERN Tops The Triceratops Jelly Roll Rug
Digital file type(s): 1 PDF
Tops the Triceratops will make bedtime stories full of lasting memories. You can finish it as a reading rug, play mat, wall hanging, and even turn it into a quilt. Use Jelly Roll strips or upcycle your old jeans, the possibilities are endless. This pattern is in PDF format with Instant Download. It is written using imperial system (US terms), including step-by-step images and quilting diagrams.
FORMAT & LANGUAGE:
• PDF, 24 pages, 4.5 MB (mobile devices friendly)
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Intermediate
• Rug Without Background 55" X 38"
• Rug With Background 58" X 38"
• Quilt (Additional Idea) 58" X 80"
SKILLS: Sewing with a 1/4" seam allowance, using a 60 degree corner trimmer or printable template for cutting 60 degree shapes, working with 60 degree shapes, traditional piecing, basic quilting skills, binding (optional)
• Light Green fabric for Frill: 5-7 Jelly Roll strips (2 1⁄2” X WOF)
• Dark Green fabric for Head and Frill: 12-14 Jelly Roll strips (2 1⁄2” X WOF)
• Yellow fabric for Muzzle: 4 Jelly Roll strips (2 1⁄2” X WOF)
• Black or Dark Blue fabric for Eyes: 1 Jelly Roll strip or fabric scraps
• White fabric for Eye Highlights: 1 Jelly Roll strip or fabric scraps
• Dark Gray fabric for Background: 13 Jelly Roll strips (add 1 3⁄4 yards of fabric for Quilt)
• White felt or fabric for Horns: 1 Sheet A4 format (9" x 12")
• Backing fabric: 2 yards for Rug with Background or 3 1⁄2 yards for Quilt
• Binding fabric (optional) - 5 Jelly Roll strips for Rug with Background or 8 strips for Quilt
• Batting - Baby/Crib size for Rug with Background or Twin/Single for Quilt
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6,093 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
My son insisted that he needed a 3rd blanket Mommy made after he turned 3. He peeked over my shoulder when I was looking for patterns and saw this in the image search and nothing else was good enough. I am really glad it came out well! It is a good pattern but definitely use a seam guide on your machine or carefully mark your allowances because there are many points to match up during final construction.
Such a cute design! Can't wait to start piecing it
Made the pattern for my nephew and he loved it!! So easy to follow and very in depth. This was only my 6th crochet project, and I finished it in a few weeks.
I don't normally like the pineapple crochet motif, but this umbrella really hit the spot. I can't wait to get it done, even if I do get wet. But it doesn't rain much here. I think it more than matches the description and picture. It did more than meet my expectations. Thank you, Carol
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