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Bohemian Rhapsody - PDF Quilt Pattern

by Antonie Alexander
$6 Tax included
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Contains:
  • Illustrated Quilt Pattern
  • US Imperial Measurements
  • Approx. size is 86 1/2in x 98 1/2in
  • Suitable for advanced/experienced beginners.

Description

BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY - PDF QUILT PATTERN

THIS IS A DIGITAL PDF E-PATTERN. ALL PATTERNS ARE WRITTEN IN ENGLISH.

  • Approx. size is 86 1/2in x 98 1/2in.
  • Easy fusible applique techniques.
  • All templates are full size.
  • Simple piecing and stitching.
  • Basic quilting making/fusible applique skills are needed.
  • Suitable for an experienced beginner. This pattern is not intended to replace a class.
  • You will need a PDF reader such as Adobe Reader or Foxit Reader to open the file.
  • You will need access to a printer to print the templates.
  • FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY.
  • Please message me for wholesale options.
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Materials you need at home:
  • 1m (1 1/8 yard) of solid red fabric
  • 3.65m (4 yards) of solid deep purple fabric (includes the binding)
  • 1.2m (1 1/4 yards) of solid gold fabric
  • 1.3m (1 1/2 yards) of solid light cream fabric
  • 95cm (1 yard) of solid pink fabric
  • 65cm (3/4 yard) of red & white spot fabric
  • 65cm (3/4 yard) of pink & cream check fabric
  • 75cm (7/8 yard) of dark brown-on-brown fabric
  • 60cm (3/4 yard) of solid light purple fabric
  • (1) fat eighth of solid blue fabric
  • 90cm (1 yard) in total of assorted red, purple, gold and pink fabrics for the second border
  • Quantity of lightweight fusible webbing
  • Matching thread to suit your favourite applique stitching method
  • A piece of wadding (batting) measuring at least 92 1/2in x 104 1/2in
  • 2.7m (3 yards) of co-ordinating 108in wide backing fabric
  • General sewing supplies
  • Supplement the fabrics in the requirements list with fabrics from your stash to add visual interest to your quilt.
  • I like to use buttons on my quilts but they aren’t suitable for children under three (3) years of age due to them being a choking hazard. Replace the buttons with appliqué or embroidery when you are making the quilt.
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