Summer Meadow Full Quilt Kit – Midday Sun

£345.00

As featured in Today’s Quilter magazine!
This Summer Meadow Quilt is a delightful display of fabric and patchwork pattern in bold colours. Using classic Liberty Tana Lawn® Fabrics, this kit colourway is a bright, traditional rainbow.
Different borders radiate from the central raw edge appliqué flowers and butterflies to create a timeless medallion quilt design. It will be the perfect addition to any bed or sofa.

The quilt may look complicated but the blocks within it are rather more simple to achieve than they appear. The basic quilting techniques of half square triangles and flying geese are used to make many of the blocks. Well suited for intermediate sewers, with illustrated instructions and handy hints and tips you will be mastering these blocks in no time at all.

YOU RECEIVE
All of the Liberty Tana Lawn® Fabric required to make the quilt top and binding.
High quality, white quilting cotton fabric for the background.
Fully illustrated instructions.
Full-size appliqué templates.
Centre panel layout guide to make placing your appliqué shapes a breeze.

YOU WILL NEED
Iron, pins, thread, sewing machine, grid ruler, set square, cutting mat and rotary cutter
Optional: free motion quilting foot.
Wadding: 100” x 100” (254cm x 254cm) for whole quilt, plus a 20” x 20” (50.8cm x 50.8cm) piece for the central appliqué panel
Quilt backing fabric: 100” x 100” (254cm x 254cm)
Central appliqué panel backing fabric: 20” x 20” (50.8cm x 50.8cm) (light colour recommended)
Double-sided fabric adhesive (such as Bondaweb): approx. 11½” x 43” (30cm x 110cm)

Finished quilt size: 90″ x 90″ (228.6cm x 228.6cm), great for a double or king size bed!

All fabrics 100% cotton.

Please note:
This bundle does not include any backing fabric or wadding/batting.
You will receive the kit colourway shown in the first 2 images.
In the event that any of the fabrics in the first 2 images are out of stock at the time your kit is packed, we will substitute it for as similarly coloured fabric as possible.
The quilt shown in images 3-7 is the original quilt that was featured in Today’s Quilter magazine. It is shown here for illustrative purposes only.