Owl Applique Rag Quilt Sewing Pattern

Owls are such mysterious creatures. So beautiful, and yet still a predator. A strong, beautiful bird. The owl is my inspiration for these little baby quilts. I just had to try my hand at my own owl rag quilt. The resulting quilts and pattern is what I came up is the results:

Owl Applique Rag Quilt Patterns:

Owl applique rag quilt pattern by avisiontoremember 

This quilt pattern is so versatile that it works great for a boy or a girl.  One of my favorite color combinations that I have made so far would have to be this

 orange, pink, green, and turquoise one owl Rag Quilt!

Pink Owl Quilt by A Vision to Remember
Isn't it cute?

The other girl one is just as cute!  I love the soft minky owl.
Baby Owl Quilt Pattern by A Vision to Remember

Of course I had to do another boy owl quilt.  This time I did it in green, brown, and turquoise. Again, with a soft minky owl and 3-d scallop feathers.
Owl Rag Quilt Pattern by avisiontoremember

The pattern can be found HERE and is available as an instant download.  No need to wait for it to be mailed or emailed to you. It is also available on Craftsy

The pattern features:
  • all applique pattern pieces
  • piecing instructions
  • fabric requirements
  • tips and tricks along the way to help in making your rag quilt 
  • Finished Quilt measures approx 39"x39"(99cm x 99cm)

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Stampin' VMG206 said...

These quilts are darling!
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Buba4Turtle said...

These are great patterns and colors! They look so comfy and soft! Thanks for sharing at Inspire Me Monday!

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