Categories: Bedding, Kid Friendly, Quilts, Bohemian

What you need to make this project

1 Twin size Poly-fil® Low-Loft twin size batting
2.5yds. It Takes Two in Aqua Soul Mate by Amy Butler (Fabric A)
2.5yds. Kaleidoscope in Navy Soul Mate by Amy Butler (Fabric B1 AND B2)
1yd. Power Point in Navy Soul Mate by Amy Butler (Fabric C)
5yds. of coordinating fabric for backing (Fabric D) (We used Denim Fabric DL-830- Fabric.com)
Tulip COLORLAB Chunky Weight Cotton Yarn
Tulip Blue Dye-21547 FDY OSPTK Cold Blue

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Large Zip-Lock Plastic Bag
Coordinating thread
Non-Stick 8” Scissors
Titanium Rotary Cutter
Cutting Mat 24” x 36”
Folding Acrylic Ruler 6” X 24”
PattieWack® Large Pompom Maker
Sewing Machine

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Poly-Fil Low-Loft® Batting 72″ x 90″


Price: $14.99

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Fabric A  –  Four pieces 9.5” x 84”

Fabric B 1 –  Two pieces 12.5” x 85”

Fabric B2  –  One piece 6.5 x 85”

Fabric C  –  Four pieces 2.5” x 85”

Fabric D  (Back of your Quilt) One piece or a combination of fabric sewn to equal 72” x 85”

Batting  –  One piece 85” x 69”

  • Instructions:
  • This pattern uses a ½ inch seam allowance
  • Sew the strips together according to the diagram using ½ inch seam allowance.

  • Sew the backing together with the widest piece in the center.
  • Place the front of the quilt on a table right side facing up. Lay the backing on top with the right side facing down. Place the batting on top. Pin and sew all three pieces together using a ½ inch seam allowance and leaving a 10” opening on one side for turning the quilt right side out.
  • Turn quilt right side out and hand stitch the opening closed.
  • Pin or baste quilt and hand stitch in the ditch at ¾ inch intervals with strong coordinating thread. (see diagram for stitch size)

  • Make 14 pompoms with the PattyWack® pompom maker and attach 7 to each side of the quilt starting in the center and working towards ends to evenly space them.

  • EnjoyNote: If you don’t want to dye the yarn for the pompoms, you can just purchase a coordinating yarn to make them.