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This is an applique quilt pattern for a 36" high x 36” wide quilt with peachy, striped scallop shells and a polka dot and floral border. I utilized the stripes to form the same curve that scallop shells do naturally ... and who is going to argue with nature? This project is perfect for the intermediate sewer who has a good knowledge of machine applique skills or a beginner who is up for a challenge.

This listing is for the pattern only. You will need approximately 4 fat quarters for the shells, six for the border, 1 1/2 - 2- yards of background fabrics (+ the backing and batting, thread and applique supplies.) I loved the way my soft colors and fabrics made for a more formal looking beach quilt, but I can absolutely see it with bright, graphic stripes on those shells. A complete and detailed materials list, along with instructions and applique illustrations are included in the pattern.

PLEASE note the dimensions of this quilt. It is suitable for use as a wall hanging or a throw, but is NOT a standard size for a bed cover.

Price listed is for a single pattern. Discounts are available for bulk purchases to be used in a class, just convo me.

This pattern, as with all of my patterns, is Copyright 2012 Sea Quilts. My policy is that you may resell quilts made with this pattern or any portion of it on Etsy or elsewhere so long as you provide credit and a hyperlink to my shop.

On the Half Shell: Sea Shell Quilt Pattern

$6.00 USD
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  • Handmade Supply
  • Materials: cotton, fat quarters, stripes, polka dots, neutrals, florals
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
  • Feedback: 28 reviews
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