Hello my loves! Our first meeting this year. How are you? On vacation, getting back to routine? Here we are back to normal, we say goodbye to the family and return to reality. Written goals and objectives and an amazing year full of new opportunities ahead. But one thing doesn’t change, our handicraft. I hope you also keep this in practice and come back often so we can share all this with you and have an incredible year.
To get us excited, let’s learn how to make the Elephant and Baby Quilt Pattern. That’s right, we started with everything, two items in a pattern. They are beautiful and complement each other. Perfect to complete the trousseau of the little one that is arriving. Quilts are essential pieces. They are useful in everyday life, on walks, and covering the little one in the stroller.
Here we are working with a pattern made of precuts. What’s not to love about precuts? Precut samplers are bundles of coordinating quilting fabrics, cut to perfectly usable standardized sizes, and sold together as a single unit. They’re not only easy to use and store, but they are a great way to sample an entire fabric collection. Precut fabrics make quilting quick and easy!
Image / Pattern / Tutorial: Annie’s Craft Store
Spend less time measuring and cutting and more time creating when you buy precut quilt fabrics. Quilting precuts are bundles of fabric cut into standard shapes and sizes. Each precut fabric bundle features coordinating fabrics from a designer’s collection, saving you hours of matching fabric for your project. Please remember that this is a suggestion. Nothing prevents you from making the same pattern by cutting them yourself.
It takes a little more time, but I’m sure the result will be just as beautiful. You can keep similar colors, it’s free here. Just keep that contrast between the print and the background of the quilt, it highlights all the details. Making the elephant with the same print makes everything even more beautiful. It matches and makes a lovely gift idea. For sale too, I’m sure this kit will be successful. You can check out the Elephant and Baby Quilt Pattern at Annie’s Craft Store.