Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Joy Wall Quilt

It's week number six of my holiday projects and this weeks project is a wall quilt. I actually I think I will hang mine on a door, but you could use it on a table as well. Theres a PDF to download with all of the full size appliqu├ęs for the quilt.

Here are the basics:
Background and backing 1 yard
For Joy and Berries 1/3 yard red
Holly Leaves 1/8 yard of two greens
Binding 3/8 yard

This quilt is made in my It's Christmas! fabric available in stores now. I carry my Jolly Holiday fabric from last year in my Etsy shop and there's black, red, and green there as well.

To assemble, cut the background of the quilt to 15" x 36". Using Heat n Bond Lite or another fusible webbing fuse all of the pieces onto the quilt top, using the above picture for reference.  I went around the edges with a blanket stitch to secure them, but you could use any stitch you would like. Quilt and binding is all that is left.

I hope you enjoy this weeks project!

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  1. Oh , thank you so much for the "Joy" banner...I'm going to start mine tonight.....Just love your site...Phyllis

  2. Looking very nice wallet i like wallet very much.

  3. This is awesome and looks like I could do it in a short amount of time.

    Thanks so much for sharing.

  4. This will be so cheery in my daughter's doctor's office. Thanks for sharing.


  5. Thank you so much! I'm a beginner and have been looking for something less expensive, easy, and cheerful. This will be a Christmas gift to a friend which is a teacher. She might like it for her class. I know it is easy project so will start tonight.


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