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Amy Ellis

Waterfall PDF Quilt Pattern

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Strip piecing and a few well-selected tones make this quilt an eye-catcher! Conceived as graduation quilts for my daughter and her best friend, this quilt design holds special meaning to me. I hope that you enjoy making your own Waterfall Quilt.

Kona Cotton colors used in my sample quilts included in pattern. 

Sizes options included in pattern:

Baby quilt - 45" x 54"

Throw quilt - 63" x 72"

Twin quilt - 72" x 99"

Queen quilt - 99" x 99"

 

This PDF pattern is available for instant download now. 

*Paper pattern available 9/1/18

Customer Reviews

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Andrea Rea
Great

The purchase and download were seamless. The pattern instructions are well written and I can't wait to get started on it.

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ML Green
Very Disappointed

I loved the look of this quilt and was influenced by the positive reviews with one even indicating the pattern was so well explained. Unfortunately, I disagree. The pattern does give the Kona fabric color names but doesn’t tell how much of each color to buy. It also doesn’t indicate what color fabric to use to construct each block or lay them out to achieve the pattern in the picture. It does tell you what size to cut the fabric strips but does not indicate what color of the fabric to cut. You are basically left on your own to determine the construction and layout of the blocks. If you try to lay them out based on the photo in the pattern, you are further hindered by the copyright statement superimposed over top of the photo. Be forewarned that you will NOT be able to replicate the quilt in the photo by purchasing this pattern.

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Carlene V.
It was a PDF so

It was a PDF so can't say about arrival, quality or price.

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Annie T.
Loved getting the pattern in e fil not haveworry about losing or destroying it

Have not cut quilt yet.

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Sandra Jansen
Waterfall PDF - brilliant

I love the pattern, so well explained!