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Make it easy - clear and simple pattern to make a cot quilt for a new arrival. This pretty quilt uses exactly six 'fat quarters' for the quilt top. Each of these have been made in a single colour (plus white), but this quilt would look great in a mix of colours and in bright primary colours, too.
* finished size of quilt: 41" x 32" (104 x 81 cm)
* designed for beginners and intermediate quilters
* very easy to follow
* step-by-step instructions, colour photos, colour chart
* imperial and metric measurements given throughout
* full list of materials included
* digital pattern, instantly downloadable, which can go worldwide
* original pattern by experienced pattern-writer: see 'Press' section of website for details
This pattern is written by Amanda Jane Ogden whose patterns have appeared in publications such ‘Sew News’ (in the USA) and ‘Popular Patchwork’ and ‘Quilt Now’ (in the UK). By training, Amanda is a Textiles and Surface Pattern Designer and she also has City & Guilds qualifications in Design & Embroidery and in Patchwork & Quilting. The patterns are written with great attention to detail and with carefully chosen photographs, to ensure that you have an excellent experience of making your own item, whether you are a beginner, intermediate or expert sewer. Further help and advice is available on the Amanda Jane Textiles YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AmandaJaneTextiles
(Please use and enjoy the pattern, but don't copy or email it to others. Thanks! Permission is given to individual buyers to make and sell these quilts on a small scale but mass manufacturing is not allowed.)
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42 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
Our thanks to you! We discovered that our dog visited our tree skirt. As we were washing it, we also discovered that termites had enjoyed it while it was stored. The variety of skirts available for sale are underwhelming so we decided to break out the machine and make something weʻd actually enjoy seeing below our tree.
Had such a great time making my tree skirt
Delighted with my Birdie Cushion Pattern. I was looking for this pattern which Amanda had designed for a sewing magazine (no longer in production) and I contacted Amanda to ask for the pattern. With no hesitation Amanda added the pattern to her Etsy Shop. She is an excellent seller and replies very quickly to emails. Thank you again Amanda you have done a first class job.
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