I am a huge fan of Elizabeth Hartman Patterns, and I'm super excited to share her patterns with you. They are all fun unqiue patterns, and always make me happy when I look at them.
Like the biological order for which it’s named, my Lepidoptera sampler quilt includes a variety of beautiful butterflies and moths. Alice, Beatrix, Carmen, Della, Eugenia, and Fern combine to make an 84” x 84” sampler quilt perfect for using your favorite colorful fat quarters! The 45” x 45” Small Quilt includes a single large-scale Alice block and makes a perfect baby quilt or wall hanging. All blocks are sewn with simple straight and diagonal seams. No templates or paper piecing!
Sampler Quilt: 84x84"
Sampler Fabric Requirements:
Colorful Fabric for Wings: 28 Fat Quarters and two 3/8 yard cuts
White Solid Detail Fabric: 1/4 yard
Dark Solid Detail Fabric: 1/2 yard
Background Fabric: 5-3/4 yard
Binding: 3/4 yard
Backing - about 7.5 yards of 44" fabric depending upon your desire to piece or overage requirments for longarming.
Small Quilt: 45"x45"
Small Quilt Fabric Requirements:
Colorful Fabric for Wings: 6 Fat Quarters
White Solid Detail Fabric: 1/8 yard
Dark Solid Detail Fabric: 1/8yard
Background Fabric: 2-1/4 yard
Binding: 3/8 yard
Backing - about 2.75 yards of 44" fabric depending upon your desire to piece or overage requirments for longarming.