3D Butterflies Are Pretty on This Baby Quilt

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It Will be Great on a Wall, Too!

Easy patchwork and 3D butterflies combine for a lovely crib quilt. It will also be wonderful hanging on your wall.

Instructions are included for a matching window valance. The combination will be so pretty in the nursery. Just choose colors that work well with the room.

Butterflies Are Free Crib Quilt

Simple piecing makes up the body of the quilt. The butterflies are stitched together from two pieces right sides together, then trimmed, turned and sewn to the quilt. Light interfacing will help them retain their shapes.

Butterflies Are Free Valance

The finished quilt, designed by Judith Sandstrom, is 42″ x 54″. 

Click here for the free “Butterflies Are Free Crib Quilt” pattern.

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