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Choose your favorite prints and colors to create this heavenly angel design.

Technique: Quilt
Skill Level: Intermediate
 
Big Sister Angel Quilt Pattern
Item # 494036
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$13.98
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It looks far more complicated than it actually is to create. Just fuse the pieces to background fabric. Machine stitching finishes the edges and provides the quilting for this 32" x 44" quilt.
Overall rating:
4.5 out of 5
(3 reviews)

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Big Sister Angel Quilt Pattern

October 23, 2015

I found this pattern to be exact in the directions. This came out so beautiful. My daughter loved this pattern and everyone who sees it loves it as well. I didn't have any problems tracing or applying to background fabric. I used a regular pencil in my tracing and marks didn't show at all. If you want a beautiful pattern, I would highly recommend buying this one. I will be making more of these for gifts.

Big Sister Angel Quilt Pattern

November 10, 2014

I had problems making this fit together, then realized if you cut on the inside line you will be missing a lot of space in the end. I recommend using the outside of the line for the cutting of the pieces. My angel is a bit shorter than the pattern, but looks good. It is amazing how many people see the angel and how many see nothing. I traced my pattern onto fusible web fabric with a #2 pencil, and then cut out the pieces.

Big Sister Angel Quilt Pattern

March 27, 2014

I had been admiring this pattern for a couple of years and finally decided to order it to make a quilt for my friend's birthday. I also made it into a wall hanging to raffle off as a fund raiser for the group I am with. I really enjoyed making these quilting items. I secured the pattern to my patio door and traced out the pattern then I pinned each piece to my background. A word of caution when tracing though, I first used a yellow tailors chalk but unfortunately the colour embedded itself into the fabric and no matter what I tried I couldn't get the colour out (I had to do this one over again) so I tried a fusion pen. If you press too hard with this pen the markings turn white when ironed but at least it can be removed with a wet cloth. I was working with dark backgrounds (black and a deep turquoise). I'm am very happy with the final results and everyone thinks the final product is beautiful. I wish I could upload a photo to show you the results.

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