You can totally make this cuddly puppy quilt! The pattern is so much more than just a pattern. It’s really an applique workshop disguised as a pattern. :-)
There are links to videos teaching you three different applique techniques and the pattern pieces are all set up to work especially well with printable freezer paper or fusible adhesive. Why not make the most of the fact that it’s a digital pattern and skip the tracing altogether?
There are twelve applique patterns which you can make into a crib, nap, or twin-sized quilt.
You can also use the applique patterns on their own to embellish T-shirts, make tote bags, pillows and more.
You can even shrink them down to use as embroidery patterns. :-)
What You Get
* A digital PDF pattern delievred instantly by email. * Twelve cute puppy applique patterns – full size so there’s no enlarging needed * Reversed and exploded applique pattern for use with fusible adhesive or freezer paper. This is also labeled with the name of the dog on every piece so it’s easy to put back together after you cut the pieces apart. * Detailed instructions and lots of step by step photos – you’ll never feel lost or wonder if you’re doing it right * Links to videos teaching you all the skills you’ll need to complete the project. It’s a workshop disguised as a pattern! * Detailed cutting instructions for crib, nap and twin sized quilts. * Instructions for assembling the quilt – layering, basting, quilting and binding – with links to videos for all of them
What You Need
Crib Size (47.5″ square)
* 3 yards of a variety of solid fabrics * a variety of prints in puppy colors (get at least 4 fat quarters, but you’ll probably want more for variety) * 2 1/2 yards fabric for the quilt back * 1/2 yard binding fabric
Napping Size (66.5″ square)
* 3 1/3 yards of a variety of solid fabrics * a variety of prints in puppy colors (get at least 7 fat quarters, but you’ll probably want more for variety) * 4 yards fabric for the quilt back * 5/8 yard binding fabric
Twin Size (66.5″ x 85.5″) – shown on the pattern cover
* 7 yards of a variety of solid fabrics * a variety of prints in puppy colors (get at least 8 fat quarters, but you’ll probably want more for variety) * 5 yards fabric for the quilt back * 5/8 yard binding fabric
* batting (I love Warm & Natural 100% cotton batting) * solid black fabric for eyes and noses * freezer paper (for machine applique technique – either a roll from the grocery store, or twelve sheets of printable freezer paper) * fusible adhesive (I recommend Heat & Bond Lite)
I designed this quilt to teach applique – so it’s great for beginners, and a fun and relaxing project for more experienced stitchers.
If you can use your sewing machine, you have the skills you need to make this quilt. You Can Do It!
Are you ready to make this quilt? It’s a PDF pattern so you’ll get it instantly. :-)
I love this pattern. Can't wait to make this quilt!
Oct 10, 2017 by Jennifer Church
Love love this pattern! Great instructions that are easy to follow.
Jun 13, 2017 by vickiesutphin1
So cute- It might be too ambitious for my first foray into applique, but I couldn't resist! The clear instructions and website help should ensure a successful project.
Sep 23, 2016 by dmf525
I'm really happy with my purchase of this pattern! It's so adorable and the quilt as you go method is nice and refreshing! The pattern has several options on how you would like to go about making this adorable quilt. It's easy to understand and straightforward. Also, the pattern creator has videos through YouTube to help explain methods and ways to get the results you want. This is a very friendly pattern, and a beginner like me can easily sew this. It's fun and it's definitely such an adorable addictive pattern! I can't wait to invest in more of her patterns!
Aug 12, 2016 by Batty Belfry
So adorable. Can't wait to start in on this project!