Bears Intertwined Western Quilt Pattern

Bears Intertwined Western Quilt Pattern
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This downloadable baby quilt pattern includes detailed, step by step, instructions and color illustrations on how to make this quilt from beginning to end.

This quilt pattern:

Can be used to make a quilt or a wall hanging
Can be put together in 2 to 3 days, depending on your experience
Finished size is approximately 40" x 40"

See below for details

Step 1 - Covers items you will need:

Fabric - pattern tells exactly how much of each fabric you will need
Quilt batting
Hand Quilting thread
All purpose thread
Sewing machine
Quilting needle
Quilting hoop (or frames) - these instructions explain how to use a quilting hoop
Straight pins
Safety pins
Thimble (optional)
Transfer paper

Step 2 - Has the actual pattern pieces for you to cut out

Step 3 - Tells you how many of each pattern to cut out

Step 4 - Covers printing bears onto transfer paper

Step 5 - Iron Bears onto octagons

Step 6 - Covers sewing the quilt top together.

Make blocks
Sew blocks together to make rows
Sew rows together
Sew on a border to complete the quilt top - this border does not have to be mitered!

This step also has diagrams to illustrate each step. It's like having somebody "hold your hand" through the whole thing.

Step 7 - Explains how to quilt using a quilting hoop

Step 8 - Tells you how to bind the quilt with a handkerchief edge.

All throughout this pattern are little tips to tell you the best way to do things to make everything work out just right!

Customer Reviews

Average rating from 1 reviews: 5.0
I didn’t know the octagon had short and longsides, therefore I put the bears on the wrong side on 6 of them. Was so hoping I could get 6 more western bears and 6 octagons. Otherwise there is no way to make them 8 inch squares. I just wasn’t paying attention I guess. Please email me back as to what I need to do. Thank you . Sharon Steele Written by Sharon Steele on Sun 20 Jan 2019 9:55:03 PM GMT
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