Kite Flight Quilt – Free Pattern


Hello my loves! What do you think about sewing a little? Today we are going to learn a beautiful pattern, the Kite Flight Quilt. The quilts are amazing, they look beautiful in the bedroom decor. They bring comfort and that feeling of coziness, making your room even more charming. When we imagine a comfortable bed to relax, a magazine bed comes to mind. But, know that it is possible to have a very well decorated and neat bed in your home.

The kite flight will decorate and bring elegance to your room. These quilts are ideal for those who want a soft, simple fabric and at the same time full of life for the environment. There are printed, plain, quilted fabrics. Among all types of fabrics available in the market, you can choose the best one for your home according to your needs. Thicker fabrics are always more difficult to sew, but quilts are warmer.

As for the colors and prints, you can choose the colors that you like the most. Make combinations that highlight the quilt pattern. Contrasting colors and prints show every detail of the quilt’s seams. When opting for very dark colors, be careful to wash the fabrics first. Dark fabrics can loosen excess dye in the wash, and no one wants a stained bedspread. Once dry, iron the fabric to make it straight for easier cutting and sewing.

Kite Flight Quilt Materials Needed

To make this quilt, here are the materials needed: 1 Kona Neutrals Roll-up; 2 yards Kona Bluegrass or 26 2 ½”; Roll-up strips for background; 72″x 90″ Twin Batting; 5 yards Backing fabric; ½ yard Binding fabric. Today there are kits with pre-cut scraps that make everything faster, but you don’t need to use them.

In the pattern, available from Robert Kaufman Fabrics, you will find instructions for cutting all the scraps. It may take a little more time, but the result will be just as beautiful. We hope you like the pattern Quilts sell very well, it’s a great option to start offering to friends and family. Tell us what you think, we’d love to know everything. Separate the materials and let’s start quilting!

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