Tuesday, November 1, 2022

Chevron Quilt in Scrappy Greens with Flannel Bear Appliqué

Hello Scrappy Quilt Lovers! I made this quilt by first digging through my green scraps, Next I pressed the scraps and got out my Crossover II Die Cut Machine by Crafter's Edge and cut 1/2 Square Triangles. I arranged the triangles to be sewn in a light & dark Chevron pattern. I quilted it down the center of each triangle, so the backing looks like a zigzag (but forgot to photograph that). 

While I liked the all green quilt, it needed something else, so I cut out a bear with a scarf all in flannel fabric and appliquéd the bear onto the quilt. This quilt will be donated to Project Linus this month.

I did add button eyes to the bear, so this will be given to a child over the age of 3 years, since under 3 years old the buttons could be a chocking hazard. I did stitch the buttons on well and even added glue over the thread to be more secure.

This is my November project for Crafter's Edge.

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  1. LOVE it, definitely going to be on my short bucket list of quilts to make. just adorable. i can also see this working with some of Suzy Sitcom designs as well. great job as always.

  2. This is such an adorable project, Daryl! I hope to see a few of those critters in TN next week, but not up close and personal! LOL Thanks for linking up with Monday Musings today!


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