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Paper Dolls Quilt Pattern

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What you get+-

Mix and match fun hairstyles and cute outfits to make the paper dolls in this super fun and easy quilt. It's a great way to feature scraps from favorite fabrics. Or use fabric from a child's outgrown clothes to make an extra special memory quilt!

Here's a short video showing you some more about the pattern.

The pattern is so much more than just a pattern. It’s really an appliqué workshop disguised as a pattern. :-) If you know how to use your sewing machine, you can make this cuddly paper dolls quilt!

There are links to videos teaching you three different appliqué techniques - needle turn, machine appliqué, and appliqué with fusible adhesive - and the pattern includes pieces laid out special to work with printable products. Skip the tracing and jump right to the fun part!

I used appliqué with fusible adhesive and Quilt As You Go to make a super easy quilt - almost all done on the machine. The only handwork was the final step of the binding. That's my favorite part to do by hand because it gives me some lap time with my new quilt. :-)

You Get. . .

  • A digital pattern delivered by email. (If you're not sure what a PDF pattern is, you'll find more info here.)
  • 9 pages of pattern pieces for paper dolls (with and without tights) hairstyles and outfits – full size so there’s no enlarging needed
  • Detailed instructions and lots of step by step photos – you’ll never feel lost or wonder if you’re doing it right
  • Links to videos teaching you all the skills you’ll need to complete the project. It’s a workshop disguised as a pattern! The main instructions are for appliqué with fusible adhesive, but the pattern also has instructions and pattern pieces for any appliqué technique.
  • 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.

    Size

    Each block finishes at 7 1/2" x 11 1/2". The pattern includes detailed instructions for the following sizes. . .

    • crib (52.5" wide x 57.5" tall)
    • napping (52.5" wide x 69" tall) - this is my favorite size for on the couch
    • twin (75" wide x 92" tall)

      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 cuddly cars and trucks 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 (52.5" wide x 57.5" tall)

      • 3 1/4 yards of a variety of background fabrics
      • 2 yards skin-colored fabrics
      • assorted scraps for hair and clothing
      • 2 5/8 yards fabric for the quilt back (or 1 3/4 yards Cuddle Fleece)
      • 1/2 yard binding fabric

      Napping Size (52.5" wide x 69" tall)

      • 4 yards of a variety of background fabrics
      • 2 1/2 yards skin-colored fabrics
      • assorted scraps for hair and clothing
      • 3 1/4 yards fabric for the quilt back (or 2 1/4 yards Cuddle Fleece)
      • 1/2 yard binding fabric

      Twin Size (75" wide x 92" tall)

      • 7 yards of a variety of background fabrics
      • 4 1/2 yards skin-colored fabrics
      • assorted scraps for hair and clothing
      • 5 1/2 yards fabric for the quilt back (or 4 1/4 yards Cuddle Fleece)
      • 5/8 yard binding fabric

      Other Materials

       

        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

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        Marion Bartley
        Just the cutest paper dolls

        I am collecting fabric to make this quilt, Paper dolls.They are so sweet. It reminds me of the MCcalls paper dolls that I collected as a small girl. But these are so much better, because it's fabric. When my daughter was little I would cut out paper dolls. Then put them between clear contact paper. Cut them out, Then add Velcro to them. I wish I had these fabric paper dolls then. But now I can sew them for my 2 granddaughters. And also other PATTERNS for my 3 grandsons.Thank for such a great product.

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        Gilda
        A wonderful project for little girls, mums and grandmas

        I look forward to letting my grandchildren reduce the contents of my scrap bins by designing outfits for these dolls, one block at a time. I’ll sew them together for a cushion cover or a quilt that will bring them happy memories well into the future.

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        Marion Bartley
        Just the cutest paper dolls

        I am collecting fabric to make this quilt, Paper dolls.They are so sweet. It reminds me of the MCcalls paper dolls that I collected as a small girl. But these are so much better, because it's fabric. When my daughter was little I would cut out paper dolls. Then put them between clear contact paper. Cut them out, Then add Velcro to them. I wish I had these fabric paper dolls then. But now I can sew them for my 2 granddaughters. And also other PATTERNS for my 3 grandsons.Thank for such a great product.

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        Gilda
        A wonderful project for little girls, mums and grandmas

        I look forward to letting my grandchildren reduce the contents of my scrap bins by designing outfits for these dolls, one block at a time. I’ll sew them together for a cushion cover or a quilt that will bring them happy memories well into the future.