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Butterfly Garden Quilt


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This colorful Butterfly Garden Quilt is a great way to use up all your fabric scraps. Snuggle up and be swept away on the wings of a warm spring breeze to a flowery meadow when you make this darling quilt. Even if you are not an expert sewist, this step-by-step tutorial provides detailed instructions on how to make a quilt, so that you can easily create this comfy, cozy sewing project. This free quilt pattern features cute little butterfly and a bright hexagon shapes. Make a beautiful blanket with this quilt block tutorial.

Butterfly Garden Quilt
Butterfly Garden Quilt
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Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Weekend project

Sewn by: Machine


For more quilt patterns, check out 13 New Free Quilt Patterns + 5 Easy Quilt Patterns and for more quick patterns: 200+ DIY Sewing Projects for Beginners by the Minute.


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I have never seen the cute butterfly shapes done in a quilt! I love this pattern. It would be so,cute to add some sheer fabric here and there over the butterfly areas to create a wing effect! Little girls would love this quilt, such a great design and pattern!

Used your very good pattern to make a king size quilt in 15inch squares plus a small edge and binding GJB

Thank you for the instructions and picture layouts. Word for the shape you were looking for is PENTAGON - five sided shape. diamond has 4 sides. I am so glad I could help someone else remember a word instead of someone else remembering a word for me finally!

ilove to quit and i love that

This looks a lot like the "Stack 'n Whack" or "Kaleidoscopes" pattern, but it seems to me that this is a bit easier. Plus a good use of scraps which I keep. I do a lot of paper piecing so I save scraps, so will have to try this one. thanks


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