Using knit fabrics in quilts can work, and this pattern will show you how. Tee: The Knit Quilt Primer Pattern is specifically written for knit fabrics, but it can work with wovens too! Pattern features 3 quilt versions of varying complexity with multiple size options for each.
Version A: 34” x 42.5” Baby, 21.25” x 21.25” Wall, and 51” x 68” Throw sizes.
Version B: 42”x58” Lap, 21” x 21.75” Wall, and 36.75” x 43.5” Baby sizes.
Version C: 21” x 18.25” Wall, 42” x 36.25” Baby, and 63” x 72.5” Throw sizes.
Tools: conventional sewing machine (w/ walking foot, optional) or serger (optional), rotary cutter, cutting mat, ruler, thread, perle cotton thread or embroidery floss for hand quilting or tying, jersey/stretch needles, card stock or template plastic, enthusiasm, and a creative spirit
Techniques: basic piecing, knit-specific patchwork, sewing curves, binding (bias, regular, and curved-edge treatment), hand quilting/tying.
Pattern Extras: scrap/knit-specific tips with regards to planning/preparation, sewing, pressing, pinning, and quilting; conventional sewing machine and serger instructions
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