Thursday, December 30, 2010

Puppies and kittens rule in this baby quilt pattern

Oooo. Nothing is cuter on a baby quilt than puppies and kittens. So sweet. (Well, I can do without the cats. I seem to be the only cat-phobic quilter ever, based on most blogs. Anyway ... .)

This Polka Dot Pets Pattern mixed what looks like a seven-patch (I know, but that's what I count) block alternated with appliqued dogs and cats. Love this in the pastels, but I would think it would also look great in strong neutrals with some paw print fabrics mixed in.

Applique isn't my first choice for a baby quilt, but might be right up your alley. And this pattern is on clearance at Create For Less for $5.69 right now.

Nothing say cute quite like puppies and kittens, so that makes this quilt doubly cute, because it has both. These adorable, vintage-inspired appliques alternate with pieced blocks, and join with an outer border, to create quilts in 3 sizes; Baby 35"x 41", Crib 53"x 63", and Twin 71"x 85". Pieced blocks use fat quarters, appliques use a fusible or hand turned technique, and have embroidered details.

Needlings Polka Dot Pets Pattern- Nothing say cute quite like puppies and kittens, so that makes this quilt doubly cute, because it has both. These adorable, vintage-inspired appliques alternate with pieced blocks, and join with an outer border, to create quilts in 3 sizes; Baby 35"x 41", Crib 53"x 63", and Twin 71"x 85". Pieced blocks use fat quarters, appliques use a fusible or hand turned technique, and have embroidered details. Includes instructions, diagrams and full sizes applique templates.


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