Bandana Quilt - Ashley's Graduation Gift

posted by Sabrina
Sat, Jun 16 2012

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I found a pattern online to make a child's bandana quilt and fell in love. The young woman the quilt was for loves lime green which is a hard color to find (for me any how). I found the beautiful bandanas at my local Walmart one day while shopping with my daughter. Perfect fit, my heart was locked on the project. Matching up the edges was a bit difficult as commercially made  bandanas are not true squares. There are five rows of four standard size bandanas measuring approximately  22" x 22". Final measurement is 110" x 88". I used a medium loft poly blend batting meant for large spaces between stitches, and unbleached muslin for the backing. I sandwiched the quilt as follows: batting first, backing second and top third. I then sewed the edges leaving roughly 8" unsewn to turn the quilt. When turned, I sewed the edges 1/4" all the way around. The quilt is tied using white DMC floss, triple knotted measuring each length measuring 6". One knot in each square. To date this is the largest quilt I have finished and I feel very accomplished.

Here is the link to the pattern I followed:


Barbara wrote re: Bandana Quilt - Ashley's Graduation Gift
on Sat, Jun 16 2012 4:45 PM

very pretty quilt ,barbara

gini wrote re: Bandana Quilt - Ashley's Graduation Gift
on Mon, Jun 18 2012 5:25 PM

you should feel very accomplished, this is a big quilt.   i like it very much

Marge (AKA Dimples) wrote re: Bandana Quilt - Ashley's Graduation Gift
on Tue, Jun 19 2012 1:52 PM

Nice job.  I know what you mean about bandanas not being square.  I am working on one for Project Linus.

Andrea Dee wrote re: Bandana Quilt - Ashley's Graduation Gift
on Tue, Jul 3 2012 6:55 AM

Love it :)

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