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City Scape Quilt
By PamelaQuilts

  • $9.00
  • Baby to King
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  • Beginner

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A fun modern quilt you can make in any size from baby to king!  Easy cutting and sewing instructions make this project a breeze - even the quilting.  Perfect in a variety of color schemes, it's a great accent for any room!
A modern quilt that is easy to make using fat quarters for the blocks and yardage for sashing. This quilt can make a bold or subtle statement, depending on the fabrics you choose, I've made it using subtle prints in similar tones, but it is also a fun quilt using wild colorful prints, too.
My newest version uses prints by Lewis & Irene LTD and they are super cute! I have written step by step fully illustrated instructions to make it easy, and assembling the sashing into the blocks as you go makes it easier and more accurate to complete the larger sizes. 
  •  Rotary cutting
  • Basic sewing skills,
  • 1/4 inch seam allowance,
  • binding.
  • Baby - 38" x 48"
  • Lap - 58" x 58"
  • Twin - 58" x 88"
  • Full - 78" x 98"
  • Queen - 88" x 108"
  • King Quilt 108" x 108"
  • Baby Quilt - 7 Fat Quarters, 3/4 yard for sashing, 1/8 yard for cornerstones
  • Lap Quilt - 14 Fat Quarters, 1 1/2 yards for sashing, 1/4 yard for cornerstones
  • Twin Quilt - 21 Fat Quarters, 2 1/2 yards for sashing, 1/4 yard for cornerstones
  • Double/Full Quilt: 28 Fat Quarters, 3 yards sashing, 1/3 yard cornerstones
  • Queen Quilt: 35 Fat Quarters, 4 yards sashing, 1/2 yard cornerstones
  • King Quilt: 42 Fat Quarters, 4 1/2 yards sashing, 5/8 yard cornerstones.
Medium original cover
Medium original cover
Medium original cover
Medium original cover
Medium original cover
Medium cake stand runner
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Medium baby nine


I have been quilting for 25 years, and thoughout all these years one of my favorite things has been to design my own projects.  I have been challenged during the last few years to try my hand at actually writing these ideas up and sharing them with others - so here I am!  It's always a challenge to learn new skills, and pattern writing is a tricky one as people all learn in different ways!  I try to include plenty of illustrations in my patterns as well as clear written instructions.  I prefer rotary cutting, but do include templates as necessary.  EQ7 is a wonderful help for drafting blocks and making templates, I couldn't do what I do without this!