Bubble Gum

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Our new Quilter’s Candy Flannel Basics are so beautiful and the quality of flannel is second to none!  Bubble Gum screams fun! Made from our new line of flannels, it is sure to please even the most hesitant online fabric purchaser. I can assure you it is truly wonderful!  A perfect size for a cuddle on the couch, Bubble Gum is ideal for a child’s quilt or adult who just needs the legs kept warm.

Delectable greens, oranges, yellows and creams make this quilt a lively and quick sew.  Honestly, if you are a beginner or are looking for a quick gift to give, this is your project! You will want to make multiples of this quilt given the ease of construction.

Take time to go to the Quilter’s Candy Flannel page and take a look at all the colors and prints.  Bubble Gum only requires 3-1/2 yards of fabric. With pattern in hand all you need is one, half yard cut and eleven fat quarters. The half yard is for binding and every fabric calls for nine, 5-1/2” square cuts. I can hear the sewing machines buzzing now!!!


4 responses to “Bubble Gum”

  1. deknits Says:
    03/05/2013 9:23 am

    Is there a way to just get the pattern, without a kit?

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  2. Alisha Says:
    03/05/2013 10:58 am

    Sorry, deknits. We don’t currently offer the pattern on its own.

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  3. debbie meares Says:
    03/05/2013 5:14 pm

    deknits, it is a very simple pattern, its 9 rows by 12 rows of 5.5 inch squares, the circles are cut and blanket stitched at points were you want them. You could make the pattern your own very easily. Beautiful colors and features love the circle quilting as well.

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  4. MaryAgnes Says:
    03/06/2013 6:20 am

    Beautiful quilt, Mari. I feel cozy and warm just looking at it.

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