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Jiggles
By Little Louise Designs

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  • crib to King
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Listed is the "Jiggles" quilt pattern by Little Louise Designs. The pattern includes instructions for making a crib to king size quilt. With easy to follow, fully illistrated instructions this quilt will go together quickly.

Layer Cakes, 10" Squares, Honey Buns or Scraps can be used to make this quilt.......a great stash buster!

Quilt sizes: Crib - 44” x 54”  ~ Throw: 54” x 64”  ~  Twin: 64” x 84” Queen: 84” x 104”  `  King: 104” x 104”

Materials:

Crib - (14) 10" squares or (21) 1 1/2" x WOF strips, 2 1/4 Yd. Background fabric, 1/2 Yard Binding and 3 Yards Backing.

Throw - (20) 10" Squares or (30) 1 1/2" x WOF strips, 4 1/2 Yards Background Fabric, 1/2 Yard Binding and 3 1/2 Yards Backing.

Twin - (32) 10" Squares or (48) 1 1/2" x WOF strips, 3 Yards Background Fabric,3/4 Yard Binding and 5 1/2 Yards Backing.

Queen - (54) 10" Squares or (81) 1 1/2" x WOF strips, 6 3/4 Yards Background Fabric, 7/8 Yard Binding and 8 1/4 Yards Backing.

King - (67) 10" Squares or (101) 1 1/2" x WOF strips, 8 1/2 Yards Background Fabric, 1 Yard Binding and 9Yards Backing.

Little Louise Designs/Patchwork Passion © 2012 - LLD-074

All rights reserved. This pattern is not to be copied or reproduced without written consent from the designer, Jude Spero. Works from the patterns may be sold as long as credit for the design is given to Little Louise Designs

Medium original cover
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Medium original cover
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Medium original cover
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Medium original cover
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Medium original cover
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Medium original cover
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Medium original cover
$7.99
Medium original cover
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Little Louise Designs

Jude Spero has been quilting for nearly 40 years. She grew up in NY City and started sewing as a child. Jude has been designing quilts for many years and has had a quilting business since 1994. She is also a longarm quilter and teacher. The name of her pattern line "Little Louise Designs" is named after her cat Louise. Louise just loves quilts and has to get involved in the design process!