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Easter Lap Quilt Blue Pink Green Quilt Bunny and Chicks Easter Blanket

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: fabric, thread, Warm and Natural Batting
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: fabric, thread, Warm and Natural Batting
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Favorited by: 148 people

This shop accepts Etsy gift cards

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Easter Lap Quilt Baby Quilt Bunny and Chicks

is a patchwork quilt combining 4 different fabrics to make this festive quilt. It could be used as a lap quilt or a baby quilt. One fabric has blue as the background with bunnies and chicks. Another fabric is green with bunnies; one is eggs baby chicks, and the last is a fabric of fine, pastel eggs. The fabric has a hint of glitter in the threads. The top is finished in a stipple stitch creating a soft and cuddly feel. The binding is machine sewn and the batting used is Warm and Natural.

Designed in my smoke free studio in Scottsdale, AZ.
Machine wash cold, dry on a gentle cycle
Arrives wrapped in ribbons
Ships within 24 hours
Measures 38" x 52"

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Frequently asked questions about DesertSkyQuilts

I pride myself on being very reasonably priced. I buy all of my quality fabrics and sewing materials when they are on sale. I refuse to pay full prices for anything and I use coupons whenever possible. My quality is NOT affected because of this.
A quilt's size depends on you and your preferences it. If you are looking for a Quilt to curl up and wrap around your self while watching a movie a 40" x 58" could be perfect. If you are wanting a Quilt to lie at the bottom of your bed a nice size could be 24" x 60" bed runner.

Consider the height of you're mattress, and how much over hang you like. Take a quick measurement

Baby - 30 x 40
Crib - 36 x 53
Lap - 50 x 65
Twin - 65 88
Double - 80 x 88
Queen - 86 x 93
King - 104 x 93
A. The first thing I have to decide is what I want the Quilt to look like. I will peruse some magazines or books I have for inspiration. Then I have to take measurements.
B. Next I have to go to the store and look thru ever so so many bolts of fabric and pick out the colors I want, probably 6 to 7 colorss and have the fabric cut. Next is to pick out the thread I'll want to use and then over to the Batting area to have Batting cut.
C. At home cut the fabric with my mat and rotary cutter.
D. Piece the top of the Quilt following the pattern I have chosen.
E. Square up the Quilt.
F. Layer the top, batting and backing fabrics and baste with pins.
G. Quilt the top, cut the binding and sew on the binding.
H. Finish and admire.

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Frequently asked questions about DesertSkyQuilts

I pride myself on being very reasonably priced. I buy all of my quality fabrics and sewing materials when they are on sale. I refuse to pay full prices for anything and I use coupons whenever possible. My quality is NOT affected because of this.
A quilt's size depends on you and your preferences it. If you are looking for a Quilt to curl up and wrap around your self while watching a movie a 40" x 58" could be perfect. If you are wanting a Quilt to lie at the bottom of your bed a nice size could be 24" x 60" bed runner.

Consider the height of you're mattress, and how much over hang you like. Take a quick measurement

Baby - 30 x 40
Crib - 36 x 53
Lap - 50 x 65
Twin - 65 88
Double - 80 x 88
Queen - 86 x 93
King - 104 x 93
A. The first thing I have to decide is what I want the Quilt to look like. I will peruse some magazines or books I have for inspiration. Then I have to take measurements.
B. Next I have to go to the store and look thru ever so so many bolts of fabric and pick out the colors I want, probably 6 to 7 colorss and have the fabric cut. Next is to pick out the thread I'll want to use and then over to the Batting area to have Batting cut.
C. At home cut the fabric with my mat and rotary cutter.
D. Piece the top of the Quilt following the pattern I have chosen.
E. Square up the Quilt.
F. Layer the top, batting and backing fabrics and baste with pins.
G. Quilt the top, cut the binding and sew on the binding.
H. Finish and admire.