FREE PATTERN: Wild Kingdom

Hello Friends, this will be a rather quick post today.  I have another free to use pattern to share with you.  The blocks are easy to construct, and this throw sized quilt is easy to complete for an easy peasy and quick project.

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This quilt uses fabrics from Benartex’s newly released fabric line Sew Rousseau — it features beautiful foliage and animal prints.  Though my design uses the Safari animals, the fabric line actually also features bright and cheery tropical fabrics with flamingos!

Click here to view the entire fabric range.

Click here to download the pattern instructions in pdf format.

Thanks for stopping by.  Curious mind would love to hear your thoughts on the fabrics and the quilt design!

Alrightie – I shall catch up with you later.

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My 2014 free to use designs:

[My free to use designs from previous years are listed under “FREE PATTERNS” on the side bar.]

January: Midori’s Place using Gramercy by Benartex

January: View on Lexington using Gramercy by Benartex

January: Everything’s Coming Up Rosey using English Rosey by Benartex

February: Verde (Quilt) by Quilting Treasures

February: Verde (Banner/Runner) by Quilting Treasures

March: Hot Topic by Quilting Treasures

March: Poseidon’s Adventure using Neptune’s Dream by Benartex

March: My Cozy Sweater using Palm Springs by Benartex

March: Wild Kingdom using Sew Rousseau by Benartex

5 thoughts on “FREE PATTERN: Wild Kingdom

  1. Hi!!! I really love the fabric and the quilt design!!!! I think you could use lots of the fabrics in the same quilt design and still have a beautiful quilt!!!! Thank You

  2. Roar!!! What cute fabric and pattern. Thank you for the freebie link. Looks like a fun and fast design which perfectly shows off this fabric. I’m wondering how many zoo’s and wild animal parks are aware of this fabric. Years ago the San Diego Zoo sold shirts made from a wild animal print and they were quite popular. This fabric would certainly be great for that.

    SewCalGal
    http://www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

  3. this fabric looks great, as near as I will get to seeing these beautiful creatures.
    The quilt design is very nice too

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