Added Jul 15, 2009
I learnt this quilt about 7 years ago when I was looking for making some extra cash. I made these quilts for 2 years as production for a Quilt and home decor store. Please note that the quilt on the pictures are differ from each other because I made them long time ago. The most recent pictures are from #2 – 6.
For solids using 65% / 35 % Poly/Cotton broadcloth, or 100% Cotton, 45 " wide.
Dark solid will need 9 yards.
Light solid will need 3 yards.
For print using 100 % Cotton
Dark print will need 2,5 yards.
Light print will need ¾ yard.
For filling using Polyester fibre filling and you will need 2 bags of minimum of 78×100” .
For cutting using quilting cutting board and any kind of rotary cutter and ruler. (Usually ruler comes with cutting board, but it is available separately).
I’m using white thread for quilts all the time.
Yarn for tying down the front and back.
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