Let Me Get My Girly Shit

Let Me Get My Girly Shit: My Favourite Quilt Projects

With Christmas is almost around the corner, it would be nice to spend some cosy time with family and loved ones. Here’s my favourite quilt projects which I would love to share with you. Click on the photo if you would love to have more details on the quilt kit. I’ve ordered mine, and cannot wait to have it reach me! Oh yes! I can hardly wait for Christmas this year! XD 

#1 Mr. Snowman Quilt Kit

This Mr. Snowman is soft, cuddly and will keep you warm. This kit has Darci Schipnewski’s piecing and fusible appliqué directions, and cotton flannels for the top and binding. The size of this quilt is 52 x 67. This project is rather easy, and can be completed in just two weeks.

#2 Vintage Farmhouse Medallion Quilt Kit

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The appliqué is all printed for you! You just do the piecing. This 67 x 67 kit has Kim Diehl’s directions, and fabrics, including five printed blocks, for top and binding.

#3 Snow Day Quilt Kit

This is a quick kit to warm your winter home with these frosty charmers. This 24 x 44 kit has directions, printed panel, backing and batting. It’s rather easy to do, and can be completed in just one afternoon.

#4 Imperial Diamonds Quilt Kit

Enjoy the Imperial Diamonds Quilt Kit from Quilting Quickly Spring 2014 issue. Editor Jean Nolte designed this stripy quilt to use a collection of pre-cut batiks. She made it easy by strip piecing the small square stripy sections and borders. Kit includes fabric from Timeless Treasure’s Tonga.

#5 Celestial Magic Quilt Kit

Watch circles appear with all straight piecing. This 90 x 107 quilt kit has Jan Douglas’s directions, and Bali fabrics for the top and binding.

#6 Hearts And Flowers Quilt Kit

This 70 x 85 quilt speaks of the comforts of home. Machine piece the hearts, and freezer-paper hand appliqué the flowers and baskets for this twin-size quilt. The kit has Jan Patek’s directions and her Moda fabrics which you are going to love!

#7 Fairy Friends Quilt Kit

This is a quick kit set which would make a charmer inspired by Cicely Mary Barker’s books. It has directions, printed panel, backing and batting, and can be completed in just one afternoon.

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