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Soccer Ball. Soccer Banquet. Soccer Ball Quilt. If you know any soccer enthusiasts this Soccer Ball Quilt will make for a great gift. It's a free quilt pattern that's sure to deliver. Use this tutorial to make a sporty quilt for a friend or child to enjoy. lilmommamoore. L. Amber Moore.
The couple are avid Manchester United soccer fans. My son wanted me to make a quilt that was an actual soccer ball shape and he wanted me to include a soccer team reference. My sewing skills are great, but my quilting experience is relatively new. I really had no idea how to go about making this quilt and the internet didn't have any help for me.
GO! Qube® English Paper Piecing-1" Finished Sides. Special Price. $224.99. Regular Price. $299.99. Add All Dies To Bag. Dies that you already own will not be added to cart. Finished Size: 2" Finished Block.
Stitch all the way around in a 1/4" seam, leaving about a 6" opening to turn the quilt the right way. You can hand stitch or machine stitch to close the opening after the quilt is turned. This is the finished soccer ball quilt. I hope this free quilt patterns page has inspired you to make a soccer ball quilt of your own.
Make your own Soccer Ball using the English Paper pieces method. Fun, fast and best of all uses your scrap fabric and batting.
Mar 12, 2020 - Explore Marjorie Johnson-Diget's board "soccer quilt" on Pinterest. See more ideas about soccer, quilts, quilt patterns.
DIY Soccer Ball. Make your own soccer ball using English paper piecing. This is a fun project using your scrap fabric and batting. Included are a how-to video and templates in sizes ¼" to 2". Make toys, ornaments, pin cushions etc Enjoy!!
Make your own soccer ball (football), a great project to use up your scrap fabric & batting while you're watching the world cup final. This tutorial is great...
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