Class Quilt Beginner Quilt PDF Pattern Easy Quilt
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Make a quilt for your child’s class! Even a beginner can use our simple methods for a heirloom result in this crayon-drawn quilt. The pattern is also a great beginner primer for quilts - it covers sashing, borders binding with mitered corners and even how to put on a sleeve (for hanging)!!
This simple quilt finished size is about 42” x 52”.
PDF pattern includes suggested subjects, planning, preparing, and drawing the blocks, putting the blocks together, adding borders, quilting ideas, binding and even adding a sleeve for hanging.
In the years my children were in school, I made quilts like this for every teacher. Beginning at age 4 (pre-Kindergarten), any child can participate in this classroom activity.
The instructions are also useful in learning to quilt and making a unique quilt for someone special. My daughter and I made a quilt for a media specialist (librarian) using covers from her favorite children's books - some we traced and some we drew freehand, using crayons to add lots of bright colors.
You will be able to download these files instantly after payment! You will need Adobe Reader to open the pattern. This is available for free download on adobe.com.
The pattern may not be duplicated in any manner unless for your personal use. You may use this pattern to make and sell stockings at venues such as Etsy or craft fairs, as long as you are a small (one or two person) business. Please credit Sid’s In Stitches as the designer in your listing and promotional materials. Copyright for the design is retained by me.
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655 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
I made this book bag for my niece's 11th birthday. Turned out so cute! I jazzed up the outside with ribbon accent and "groovy" flowers. I guess tie-dye and 70s style is back in style.
This pattern turned out great! It took me a little time & a message to the seller to figure out one of the steps but all in all it was pretty easy to assemble. I will make more for myself and for gifts. :)
Really easy to follow. Fabric glue did not work so I used shoe goo instead. I made the straps longer.
I am sure this is a great pattern that I may use someday but it does not meet my needs right now. I needed a pattern that had the pockets that hold the notepad as separate pieces since I wanted to use a different fabric for them. This one wraps the top around in a fold and so that is not going to work for me now.
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