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Woodland Critters Quilt Pattern

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$14.99

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What you get+-

This applique quilt pattern features adorable forest animal faces that will bring a touch of whimsy to any bedroom or nursery.

The pattern includes step-by-step instructions for adding the appliques to your quilt, as well as full-size templates for each animal face.

The pattern includes instructions for nine different animals: a fox, a raccoon, a bear, an owl, a rabbit, a beaver, a quail, a squirrel, and a deer. Each animal has its own unique personality, with sweet facial expressions and charming details.

The pattern also includes templates and instructions for assorted trees and mushrooms, and a link to a free alphabet pattern so you can further personalize your project.

The appliques are easy to cut out and attach to your quilt using fusible adhesive, making this a great project for quilters of all skill levels. The finished quilt will be a treasured addition to any child's bedding collection.


You Get. . .


  • A digital pattern delivered by email. (If you're not sure what a PDF pattern is, you'll find more info here.)
  • 12 fun animal, tree, and mushroom appliqué patterns – full size so there’s no enlarging needed (plus alternate layouts using this free alphabet pattern)
  • Reversed and exploded appliqué patterns to print directly onto freezer paper or fusible adhesive. No tracing! Every piece is labeled so it’s easy to assemble after you’ve cut it all apart.
  • Detailed instructions and lots of step by step photos – you’ll never feel lost or wonder if you’re doing it right.
  • Detailed cutting instructions for crib, nap and twin sized quilts.
  • Instructions for assembling the quilt – layering, basting, quilting and binding – with links to videos for all of them - including links to Quilt As You Go videos.
  • Links to videos teaching you all the skills you’ll need to complete the project. It’s a workshop disguised as a pattern!

    Size

    The blocks finish at 10" square. The pattern includes detailed instructions for the following sizes. . .

    • crib (50" square)
    • napping (50" x 60") - this is my favorite size for on the couch
    • twin (70" x 90")

      Difficulty

      I designed this quilt to teach appliqué – so it’s great for beginners, and a fun and relaxing project for more experienced stitchers. If you can use your sewing machine, you have the skills you need to make this cute and cuddly woodland critters quilt.

      I used appliqué with fusible adhesive and Quilt As You Go to make a super easy quilt - almost all done on the machine. The pattern also includes links to videos teaching needle turn appliqué and machine appliqué with freezer paper, in case you prefer those methods.

       

      What You Need+-

       

      You'll need. . . 

      Crib Size (50" square)

      • 3 yards of a variety of background fabrics
      • assorted prints in animal colors (get at least 4 fat quarters, but you’ll probably want more for variety)
      • 2 1/2 yards fabric for the quilt back (or 1 1/2 yards Cuddle Fleece)
      • 1/2 yard binding fabric

      Napping Size (50" x 60")

      • 3 1/3 yards of a variety of background fabrics
      • assorted prints in animal colors (get at least 8 fat quarters, but you’ll probably want more for variety)
      • 4 yards fabric for the quilt back (or 2 yards Cuddle Fleece)
      • 1/2 yard binding fabric

      Twin Size (70" x 90")

      • 7 yards of a variety of background fabrics
      • assorted prints in animal colors (get at least 16 fat quarters, but you’ll probably want more for variety)
      • 5 yards fabric for the quilt back (or 4 yards Cuddle Fleece)
      • 5/8 yard binding fabric

      Other Materials

      • batting (I love Warm & Natural 100% cotton batting)
      • fusible adhesive (if using my favorite appliqué with fusible adhesive technique) - I recommend Lite for quilts and Featherlite for clothing

      You might also want. . .

      • freezer paper (if you choose the machine appliqué with freezer paper technique) – either a roll from the grocery store, or this printable freezer paper

        Customer Reviews

        Based on 21 reviews
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        Tonia Paroz
        Thumbs up!

        So glad I stumbled across Wendi's site on Pinterest! This is my first quilt, and her pictures, videos and clear instructions have made it all a straightforward journey 🤗

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        Vicky Warlick
        Woodland Critters Quilt Pattern

        Love it!

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        Jacki Betsworth
        Loving the Critters

        I just completed 25 blocks of colorful happiness, and can't wait to sew them together. The directions were easy to follow, and the videos are fantastic. Thanks also for the free patterns section of your site, Wendi -- I really needed a cat and a bird in my baby quilt, and Spooky and Buzz look great among the others. I will be making more quilt-as-you-go projects for sure, thanks to this experience.

        One huge caveat about the printable interfacing sheets -- all ink jet printers are not created equal. Mine turned out to be a thermal ink jet printer, and hence I now own a new printer because I could not get the gum out of my old one. :-( Fabulous idea, for the right person. Here's where I am today. Hmm, what should go in the middle? (If only I knew future baby's name.)

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        Sylvie LC
        Expensive / trop cher

        The pattern is VERY expensive according to what is inside.
        Patron TRES cher pour ce qu'il contient.

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        Susan KleiterSemlak
        Woodland critters quilt

        LOVE LOVE LOVE these animals.

        Customer Reviews

        Based on 21 reviews
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        Tonia Paroz
        Thumbs up!

        So glad I stumbled across Wendi's site on Pinterest! This is my first quilt, and her pictures, videos and clear instructions have made it all a straightforward journey 🤗

        V
        Vicky Warlick
        Woodland Critters Quilt Pattern

        Love it!

        J
        Jacki Betsworth
        Loving the Critters

        I just completed 25 blocks of colorful happiness, and can't wait to sew them together. The directions were easy to follow, and the videos are fantastic. Thanks also for the free patterns section of your site, Wendi -- I really needed a cat and a bird in my baby quilt, and Spooky and Buzz look great among the others. I will be making more quilt-as-you-go projects for sure, thanks to this experience.

        One huge caveat about the printable interfacing sheets -- all ink jet printers are not created equal. Mine turned out to be a thermal ink jet printer, and hence I now own a new printer because I could not get the gum out of my old one. :-( Fabulous idea, for the right person. Here's where I am today. Hmm, what should go in the middle? (If only I knew future baby's name.)

        S
        Sylvie LC
        Expensive / trop cher

        The pattern is VERY expensive according to what is inside.
        Patron TRES cher pour ce qu'il contient.

        S
        Susan KleiterSemlak
        Woodland critters quilt

        LOVE LOVE LOVE these animals.