5-Pattern Set: Baby and Big Quilts for Boys
Whether you are making a quilt for a new born little boy or a growing one- this five-pattern set from National Quilters Circle has you covered. Each pattern in this bundle is made using traditional piecing methods, making it great for any skill level. This pattern set includes complete materials lists, cutting instructions and full color diagrams for layout and assembly.
Choo Choo Train
Use traditional piecing methods to make this block. No paper piecing. No annoying templates. Just simple straight lines and diagonal seams.
This pattern includes:
This fresh pattern provides a detailed guide to each aspect in the construction of this handmade quilt. It is a simple pattern and would be easy for even the most novice quilter to make. It is NOT paper pieced.
The Teddy Bears quilt pattern includes:
These crazy crocodiles are swimming along. Or are they really alligators fresh out of a jungle setting? They are NOT paper pieced but use traditional piecing methods to make these fresh and modern animal quilt blocks. Fun and easy piecing for all skill types!
This pattern provides instructions for making the Crocodile Rock quilt in both Baby or Twin size. Baby size finishes at 38” x 44” and Twin size finishes at 74” x 88”.
This Cows quilt finishes at 40” x 45” and is made using traditional piecing methods. No templates needed, just some simple straight line sewing and diagonal seams. Each block will finish at 12″ wide by 10″ tall, and this pattern works with all skill levels.
The Zebra pattern includes instructions for making both a toddler sized quilt finishing at 57″ x 67″ and a baby sized quilt finishing at 40″ x 50″. The zebra blocks are NOT paper pieced, but instead, these are strip pieced which makes it more fun and less work! The body parts are cut from the strip sets.
The pattern includes instructions for making both a toddler sized quilt using a 16 block setting, finishing at 57″ x 67″ and a baby sized quilt using a 9 block setting and finishing at 40″ x 50″. Material requirements lists for both setting sizes and both block methods are provided. Complete instructions for making the both the pieced ZebraZ and the Cheater ZebraZ in either setting are included. The Zebra blocks finish at 12” wide x 14” tall.