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Marabella Quilt Pattern

By: Amy Hamberlin from

Lovely pinks and reds make this free sewing pattern a wonderful gift for a daughter or grandaughter. Play with the colors to adapt this pattern for any member of the family. This adorable quilt is a beautiful gift to give to any little one in the family. The colors of this original pink quilt can be adapted to fit with any child in the family no matter what their style, color or design preferences are. In addition, this easy sewing pattern is a great blanket to make to begin to gain experience in sewing; however, even those who are more advanced can create this pattern because regardless of difficulty this is a beautiful design that anyone would love.

Marabella Quilt Pattern
Marabella Quilt Pattern
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Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Weekend project

Sewn by: Machine


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This would make a beautiful quilt design on canvas as wall decor which I plan to do once made. Minus batting and backing.

I have question but it has nothing to do with this quilt I hope someone can answer it. I am really confused about which way you iron your seams. I have heard that you always iron to the left or to the right I have not made a quilt yet because I am so unsure how to iron all the little seams in them

Usually you iron to the darker side. Use a hot iron , steam is not necessary. Press down on the fabric , don't iron back and forth. This may cause some shapes to stretch, especially triangles which might have bias edges. Pick a pattern that is easy when you start, it will keep your frustration level down. Have fun, it is a wonderful pastime. There are lots of online guilds too, yahoo has a number just do a search. If you do an Internet search you should find answers to all your quilt related questions.. This site has a category called Basics and Tutorials. Have Fun I can't stress that enough.

For a flat surface iron seams open.

The directions are sketchy and hard to follow. No size of quilt mentioned and W.O .F. is what size?

WOF = Width of Fabric, approximately 44". I am guessing the quilt is about 60" square.

I forgot to add the borders, may be 72" square. But that is just a guess.

Do you have patterns for handkerchief skirts? I think the quilt patterns are gorgeous.


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