We Love Moms :: Divide and Conquer Quilt

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If you’re me, you might be thinking… there are only 6 days left until Mother’s Day, how in the world can I made a quilt in that time? If you’re an experience quilter, it’d be a piece of cake. If you’re somewhat of a beginner, it could be a little more challenging. Enter Elizabeth Dackson of Don’t Call Me Betsy‘s Divide & Conquer Quilt. The pattern is easy-to-follow, assembly is quick, and the result is stunning. This is the perfect project for someone looking to make Mom a gift that will be forever cherished, lasting through the years. So, grab your rotary cutter and dig into your fabric stash. Time to get cutting!!

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Materials List
2-7/8 yards Block Print Fabric
1-1/8 yards Center Stripe Print Fabric
1-7/8 yards Background Prints
4 yards Backing Fabric
1/2 yard Binding Fabric
1 Twin-sized package of Legacy™ by Pellon® 100% Bleached Cotton Batting (72″ x 96″)
Thread
Water Soluble or disappearing fabric pen

Tools List
Sewing Machine & Related Supplies
Rotary Cutter & Related Supplies

For a free downloadable pdf of this pattern, visit the project page here.

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We’d love to see what you make, so be sure to post a photo on our Facebook page OR share with our ‘Made with Pellon®‘ flickr group!

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About Elizabeth:
Elizabeth Dackson is a self-proclaimed fabric-aholic, with no designs on reform! Her sewing career began back in 2010 with a quest to develop a new hobby. Little did she know, she was starting a whole new way of life.  A stay-at-home mom to a very curious 4-year-old boy and wife to a workaholic husband, Elizabeth is also the voice of Don’t Call Me Betsy. The way she tells it, Betsy was her childhood nickname, a moniker she always despised. She happily passed it along to her sewing machine, started the blog and has been on a roll ever since.

Find Elizabeth online:
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To learn more, check out Elizabeth’s designer profile.

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