If you know how to machine sew a very basic thing, like a napkin, then our Learn To Sew A Patchwork Quilt project is a great next step into the wildly creative, boundlessly inspiring world of quilting! Our wonderfully supportive Learn To Sew A Patchwork Quilt Pattern walks you through every step of your first quilt, from safely using a rotary cutter to sewing on the binding. We think novices should be in on the tricks of the trade, like chain piecing and mitered corners, so you’ll learn those techniques, too! Get started with our Learn To Sew A Patchwork Quilt Bundle, which includes all the Spectrum Cotton, plus thread and batting, that you'll need, and click Product Details above for more info.
Our Learn to Sew a Patchwork Quilt Bundle includes…
Patchwork Squares + Binding: Six ½-yard pieces of cotton fabric in six colors. We used Purl Soho’s Spectrum Cotton. (This is enough fabric to choose any of these colors as the binding.)
Backing Fabric: 1 yard of cotton fabric. We used Spectrum Cotton.
Two 110-yard spools of 100% cotton thread in a coordinating color. We used Gutermann’s Cotton Thread.
36 x 46-inch piece of 100% cotton batting in a thin weight. We used Quilter’s Dream Cotton Batting, Request loft, Craft size.
You will also need…
A hand-sewing needle
Straight patchwork pins
Finished Dimensions: 32 x 40 inches