Hey loves! Come fall in love with a new quilt together with us. The Cat and Bird Quilt is another amazing model and if you like cats, you’ll want to start quilting right now. It is a quilt full of details, so you will need more time and patience to complete the quilt. But the result is worth it, a lot. As much as it is full of details, you can see that the blocks repeat the same design.
Once you learn, it will get a little easier. That’s why we always say that, if you do it to sell, charge a fair price. Your work, your dedication, quality materials, value them. Now as for the colors, you can use the ones you prefer. Mixing prints and tones will be amazing. In the pattern, the entire quilt follows the same color palette, pastel tones.
And it was passionate, perfect for decorating the bedroom, living room, all environments. As for the materials, in addition to the fabrics you will need black embroidery cotton (floss) for embroidering eyes. Thick card and thick paper for patterns. Fabric glue for paper piece appliqué. Piecing and quilting threads. Quilter’s ruler, rotary cutter and mat. Following the instructions, when finished you will have a quilt measuring approximately 133.3cm x 186.7cm.
Image / Pattern / Tutorial: Tildas World
The curved shape for the cat’s back is easy to sew using the patterns provided. To make the cats’cheeks and noses, you will use easy appliqué. Before you start, press all fabrics. Read all the instructions through before you start. Trust me, this is not a waste of time. You already take the doubts and understand the steps that will be taken. At the end of the pattern, on the last sheets, you will find the appliqué template.
Copy the back, nose and cheek patterns onto thick paper. Make a mark on the wrong side of the fabric. If there is any marks left after washing, it will not show up on your quilt. Let’s start quilting? The complete cat and bird quilt pattern is available at Tildas World and you can download the pdf for free. This quilt is amazing, tell us what you think here in the comments and let’s quilt!
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