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    Owl baby quilt pattern

    owlv5_1.jpg

    Since I had a request, here's my Owl baby quilt pattern. The Prequilt app I used doesn't give counts for background squares, but I used strips rather than sewing individual squares. You could do it either way.
    I used about 9 FQ plus a yard or 2 of background.

    Unfinished block size is 5", finished block size is 4.5".
    For HST, use your favorite method and trim HST down to 5".
    For flying geese, I used 2 3/4" squares on the corners of each 5"x2.75" rectangle (not sure the math for the no-waste version)
    For square in a square: center square is 3 5/8", corner triangles are 3 1/8 (though my blocks came up a little short)
    The center of the face can either be a QST or 2 flying geese units, your preference

    If you're cutting strips for the background, you'll need 2 - 5x23" pieces and 4 - 5x9.5" pieces, as well as 1 - 5" square. If you'd rather just make it all squares, you'll need 19 of them.

    Finished size is roughly 31 1/2" by 54", so you'll need about 2 yards of backing (no piecing required!)

    Block list (sorry for the long vertical image, that's how PreQuilt outputs it)
    owlv5.jpg

    #2
    Re: Owl baby quilt pattern

    Thank you for sharing your design.

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      #3
      Re: Owl baby quilt pattern

      Thank you. That is really cute. I think I missed your original post so I am off to look it up

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        #4
        Re: Owl baby quilt pattern

        What a great design! Thanks for sharing

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          #5
          Re: Owl baby quilt pattern

          That's adorable!
          Katrina


          “Nothing can dim the light which shines from within.”
          ― Maya Angelou

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