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Thread: ENVELOPE QUILT

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    Junior Member Grandma Judi's Avatar
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    I don't have an actual pattern, but I took picture as I went along. I am brand new at this so I hope it works.

    Cut your squares 11x11
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    I don't have an actual pattern, but I took picture as I went along. I am brand new at this so I hope it works.

    Cut your squares 11x11 - the number of squares depends on how large you want to make yor quilt
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    Top flap are 11 x 5 1/2 cut at an angle toward the center
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    Lay the flap and the lace on top of square
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    Sew the flap and lace to the square at the same time
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    Cut 1 1/2 strips of material
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    Pin the 1 1/2 strip of material right sides together to the bottom of the first square
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    Press open the strip the lay the bottom of the first square on the top of the second square right sides together and sew
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    Continue until desired length
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    I am making a large lap quilt so I made mine 5 squares in length and 6 squares in width
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    If you want to stagger the envelopes add 11 x 5 1/2 piece material to top of first square then bottom of second etc.Any embroidery should be done before you add to the rows. Cut 1 1/2 strips of material the length of the rows. Connect them in the same manner as the squares
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    Press open the strip lay rows right sides together and sew the length of the row. Continue adding rows untill desired width
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    To frame the quilt cut strips of 4 1/2 material sew to top and bottom and then to the sides or visa vera
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    Top piece sewn on
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    And?

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    That was my first try at posting something like this, I tried again and it worked out well but ran out of time to add the very last picture.

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    First try at posting. I tried again and it worked'

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    Here is the final picture.

    This one just covers a double twin sized bed.
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    I added embellishment after it was put together like the bows on the flaps and the lace roses
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    Beautiful quilt, thank you for the tute

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    Very pretty and soft colours

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    That is beautiful and diffrent!

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    That is very nice!! Thanks for sharing!

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