Hey sweeties! Good to see you here again. We are so happy to know that we can count on you to share new patterns. In addition to learning together and sharing ideas, we develop our creativity and manual skill, sewing. For a little more practice, let’s learn the Scottie Dog Quilt. You may have already realized that practice is the only way to improve your sewing. But don’t cover too much either, it all comes with time.
The important thing is not to lose the pleasure of sewing, not to give up and not get discouraged. The Scottie Dog Quilt is that charming pattern, with a design that makes the quilt super delicate. Dogs are always very successful, especially among children, and there’s nothing better than a quilt to make them cozier. The bedspreads are classic and are present in practically every home.
Whether in the decoration of the room, on the bed in the bedroom, leaving everything more decorated or to complete the baby trousseau. The important thing is to always make them with quality fabrics that are soft and comfortable to the touch. As for the type of fabric, if you are thinking of a quilt for the colder days, thicker fabrics like flannel are great choices.
Image / Pattern / Tutorial: Women Folk
They can be a little more difficult to sew as they require a stronger needle. You can make the backing with this fabric, without changing the quilt pattern on the front. The pattern is available from Women Folk. There you will find the step by step and the template to print and make the cutouts to assemble the scottie dog. The size of the quilt will depend on how many blocks you make.
For a single bed you need fewer blocks than for a double bed. How about using the block to make a pillow? It complements the decor and makes everything more beautiful. We hope you enjoyed it and take the opportunity to practice a little more. If something is missing, let us know here. We like to interact with you and share everything we can. Don’t forget to be happy and proud of everything you do, make sure we are. Shall we quilt?
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