Winter Wonderland Quilt

Posted by Cindy on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010


Winter Wonderland
51"x64"
Course Instructor: Natalia Bonner 
Supplies Needed:
1/4 Yard Solid Orange
1/4 Yard Solid Blue
1/4 Yard Solid Green
Scrap of solid Brown
1 Yard small red ric rac
Click on https://docs.google.com/open?id=0BzmOEhIHdk25WHhCZGttV1hsZkk  to link to glove and snowflake templates.
Make your own triangles for the trees and create your own letters.
 
This applique tutorial will help you with the applique.
If you would like the templates for the applique pieces e-mail Natalia
This quilt is made in rows. We will start from the top and make the tree row first.
Cut your white background fabric 38 1/2"x10"
Cut 6 orange, 8 green and 6 blue triangles. I cut mine wonky to give it a little more character.
Now from your brown material cut 7 3"x1/2" pieces for your tree stems.
Lay your trees out as shown in the image below.
 A little wonky.
Now, using our starch applique tutorial applique the trees.
Winter Wonderland Row
Cut your white background 38 1/2"x10"
e-mail Natalia if you would like the PDF templates for the letters.
Using the blue dot material you and our starch applique tutorial you will applique the words Winter Wonderland as shown in the image above.
Mitten Row.
Cut the blue background 38 1/2"x8 1/2"
Using our starch applique tutorial you will cut out and applique 3 sets of mittens. As shown in the images below.
We did add a small red circle to these mittens.
E-mail Natalia if you'd like the template for the mittens.
Candy Row
Cut your white background material. 38 1/2"x7"
E-mail Natalia if you'd like the template for the circles.
First you will cut out 24 red, 48 white and 24 green pieces, as shown in the image below.
 I left the outer edge long and will trim later.
Sew the green and white and red and white pieces together, as shown in the image above.
Now sew them into sets of 4
Continue stitching them together until you have 3 green and white and 3 red and white circles.
Now trim the blocks down to a 6" circle.
From your green  & red material cut 3, 2" circles and using our starch applique tutorial you will applique those circles onto the centers of your circles.
Using our starch applique tutorial you will applique the circles onto the white background, as shown in the image above.
Snowflake Row
From your blue and white material you will cut 8 white & 8 blue blocks that measure 3 3/8".
Put a white and blue block together.
Draw a diagonal line across them, and then stitch a 1/4" on both sides of the line. As shown in the image above.
 
 
 
  Now cut that block in half. As shown in the image above.
This will create 2 blocks that look like the ones above.
Lay the blocks out as shown in the image above.
Sew together.
Repeat making a total of 4 snowflake blocks.
Sew all 4 blocks together to create the bottom row.
Now cut your scraps into 2 1/2" blocks. Sew the blocks together into 4 rows of 16 blocks.
Sew the rows together as shown in the image above.
Now add a 2" blue and a 4" green border.
Then quilt.
Bind with red.
and enjoy!
Hope you enjoyed the tutorial.
Stop by my blog and leave a comment.
I'd love to hear from you!
Natalia

Category: Quilts


Comments

  1. This is the cutest quilt. Love it and feel I am going to enjoy making it. Thanks so much.
    by Linda Adair
    May 31st, 2012 at 10:52 a.m.
  2. Love this sweet quilt and very simple fro me. I have a friend with a\ new baby coming in Nov. Thought this would make a sweet quilt for her.
    by carol mercer
    September 27th, 2012 at 5:37 a.m.
  3. Hello, I was just wondering how i could get ahold of the templates for this quilt. My email address is aliwhitney@live.com This quilt is beautiful and I am so excited to make it!
    by Allison
    November 05th, 2012 at 8:13 a.m.
  4. Hi Allison, I just added a link to the template for the snowflakes and gloves at the beginning of the tutorial, below the supply list. There is no templates for the letters and the trees are just triangles. I hope that helps. Happy Sewing.
    by Cindy
    November 30th, 2012 at 1 p.m.
  5. Hi love this quilt. Just wondering if I could get the templates for this quilt, winter wonderland. Thank-you in advance. suelee@telusplanet.net
    by susan
    June 01st, 2013 at 4:49 a.m.
  6. Hi Can anybody tell me where to get the templates or what is Natalia's email address. thanks
    by Wendy
    November 21st, 2013 at 6:10 p.m.


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