Baby quilt pdf pattern and tutorial - Sakuras
Don't you think the fruit trees blossoming is too short? With those beautiful flowers and delicate smells, i always have bold feelings growing into my heart, singing and swinging with a lot of energy. I always miss those shorts weeks as soon as the blossoming is over.. So i imagined a sakura (ornemental japanese cherry tree) quilt, with a modern twist : strong contrast but still the attention linked on the delicate tree flowers. Black, pink, white and grey for thos one, but a much softer color assortement would be beautiful too. On a wall, the quilt could make those spring feelings survive a lot longer!
The pattern is meant for a 75x75 xm (or 30x30") quilt but you can adapt it any size you want to make a baby quilt, a table topper, or a plaid for example.
11 pages pdf, english (cm, inches), french (cm).
- 11 pages pdf, english (cm, inches), french (cm).
- Suitable for beginners
Materials you need at home:
- Different colored fabrics (quantity varies following your choice) for the top
- batting/fleece/wool for the interfacing : a 80x80 cm (32x32") square
- soft fabric for the backing (fleece/minky...) a 80x80 cm square (32x32")
- light weight fusible (approx 60x60 cm/24x24")
She from the Valley Designs
I'm a 35 years old mum of two who used to work in the archaeology fiel (Phd Prehistory). Two years ago, i decided to quit it all to try to live doing my passion : sewing ! And what i love to do, are baby quilts ! I make tutorials to show different techniques to let your imagination fly and realise a very unique quilt for a very unique and lovable new being !