Designed by Elizabeth Hartman.
Use conventional patchwork techniques to make friendly large-scale llama blocks for your next project. No paper piecing! The pattern includes instructions for making large and small quilts, as well as a 20" x 20" pillow. Please refer to the listing images for details.
Because of the variety of fabrics used, particularly for the llama decorations and pieced pom-pom trim, these projects are especially scrap-friendly. Please refer to the listing images for details.
If you would like to use precut fabrics to make the Large Quilt (shown on the cover) 1 roll of 2-1/2" strips and 1 pack of 5" x 5" squares should include more than enough fabric to make all of the llama decorations and pom-pom trim. (You will still need solid fabrics for the background and llama legs/bodies.)
Includes a paper pattern with all of the instructions for this quilt!
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