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Train Station Quilt Pattern
Pattern includes detailed instructions and illustrations for a Full quilt sized 73" x 85" , Throw sized 61" x 61", Crib sized 37" x 37".
• Skill Level: Any level quilter
• Instant Download PDF
• Easy to understand step-by-step instructions
• Skills taught: making strip sets, and basic foundation paper piecing, with written instructions and diagrams
• This quilt is fat quarter friendly
• Diagrams, charts and pattern templates provided to keep your project organized, and help you proceed with confidence
• Using basic patchwork skills to make a timeless quilt
• Colouring page provided so you can plan out your colour placement, if you wish.
You will need:
Printouts of paper pieced cornerstones
an Add-A Quarter ruler is recommended but optional
Full Quilt size 73” x 85“
3 yds (2.75m) Fabric Y (white)
2 yds (1.9m) Fabric Z (accent used in sashing) shown in purple floral, or navy in sample quilts.
24 fat quarters for blocks
82” x 94“ batting
5 1/2 yds (5.1m) of fabric for backing
7/8 yd (.8m) for binding
Throw Quilt size 61” x 61“
2 yds (1.9m) Fabric Y (white)
1 3/4 yds (1.6m) Fabric Z (accent used in sashing) shown in purple floral, or navy in sample quilts.
18 fat quarters for blocks
70“ x 70” batting
4 yds (3.7m) fabric for backing pieced vertically
3/4 yd (.7m) for binding
Baby size 37” x 37“
1 yd (1m) Fabric Y (white)
3/4 yds (.7m) Fabric Z (accent used in sashing) shown in purple floral, or navy in sample quilts.
3 fat quarters for blocks is all you need , but I recommend 10 fat quarters for the range of colour
46” x 46” batting
2 3/4 yds (2.5m) fabric for backing pieced horizontally
1/2 yd (.5m) for binding (you’ll have extra from your blocks and backing to use if you like)
Note: cuts from the bolt of 1/4 yd (.25m) or fat quarters work well with this pattern.
About me: Being one of those popular kids who spent my teenage years sewing, I couldn't wait to study Garment Construction in University. There I learned Patternmaking, Tailoring, and reproducing historically accurate garments of the 1700's. I absolutely loved my schooling, and once I graduated I went on to work in alteration shops, made prom and wedding gowns, and clothing for our children. Now that my baby is in school, I'm excited to start a little business where I can remain a stay-at-home Mom, and do what I love - designing, creating, and teaching. My goal is that my patterns will help you confidently sew your quilt, and learn some helpful tips along the way.
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