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“In The Woods” Deer Quilt Panel Tutorial

written by Sarah

You can sew this “In The Woods” Deer Quilt with our free step-by-step tutorial!

By using one In the Woods Fabric Panel, you can sew a rustic wall hanging or throw quilt for the nature enthusiast in your life.  To make the exact quilt featured in this tutorial (approximately 50″ x 65″), you will need 1 yard of Whistler Studios, Forest Antlers Fabric (Sold out, we suggest using one of the following prints as it’s replacement Moda Classic, Marble Swirls, Brown Fabric or American Honor, Wood Paneling Fabric – Brown), 3 yards of black fabric (we used this fabric), batting, and cotton thread. Use your black fabric to create your quilt binding.

Supplies: In addition to your standard sewing supplies, you will need one In the Woods Fabric Panel, 1 yard of Whistler Studios, Forest Antlers Fabric (Sold out, we suggest using one of the following prints as it’s replacement Moda Classic, Marble Swirls, Brown Fabric or American Honor, Wood Paneling Fabric – Brown), 3 yards of black fabric (we used this fabric), batting, and cotton thread. Use your black fabric to create your quilt binding.

Step 1: Cut out panel pieces leaving a 1/4” black border on all sides. Piece the two panels together using a 4 1/2” wide strip of antler fabric. Use a 1/4” seam allowance.

Step 2: Sew 5 1/2” antler border strips to all sides using a 1/4” seam. Sew 4 1/2” black border strips to all sides using a 1/4” seam.

Step 3: Create your quilt sandwich by layering your top, batting, and backing. Quilt by hand or by machine.

Step 4: Trim any remaining excess fabric. Add binding along all raw edges using a 1/4” seam.

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