digital between the lines quilt + sham pattern
Between the Lines dresses the bed with sophistication and style, cleverly playing all the angles. Smart and vibrant–-like your favorite 1940s heroine–-Between the Lines is a snap to make. Make sparks fly!
Denyse Schmidt Quilts Digital Patterns
This style is provided as a digital pattern. It may be printed on home printers using either 8 1/2" x 11" or A4 paper. When you complete your order, you will be provided with a unique code to instantly download the pattern. See our digital product policy for full details.
Between the Lines dresses the bed with sophistication and style, cleverly playing all the angles. Smart and vibrant–-like your favorite 1940s heroine–-Between the Lines is a snap to make. Make sparks fly! Create your own Between the Lines quilt as shown with the vintage-modern appeal of Denyse’s Florence fabric by FreeSpirit Fabrics. A quarter yard of each print (or use a pre-cut Fat Quarter Bundle) will make up to a king size quilt with fabric to spare.
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All Denyse Schmidt Quilts patterns include instructions and measurements for making the quilts in crib, twin, queen, and king sizes.
Average rating: (4.5 of 5) based on 2 reviewsBetween the Lines - Madeline's QuiltReviewed by Peggy (Verified Buyer) on 10/16/2019The directions are clearly written & easy to understand. I have purchased the fabric & will be starting this after finishing the quilt "In This Corner" for Robert.Was this helpful?Beautiful patternReviewed by Allison (Verified Buyer) on 12/03/2018This is a beautiful pattern. I especially like that the designer did not cut the squares or strips on the bias. I had to modify the pattern somewhat. I cut the corner triangles on the string blocks so their longest edge was not on the bias. The string blocks cut to 11 1/2" and then finish at 11". I wanted to cut them at 12 1/2" so I could use my 12 1/2" square ruler to cut them and then have them finish at 12". This seemed like a much easier way to get the squares to be square. I am also making the quilt with blue as the main color instead of white because white never stays white (at least at my house). When I finish the quilt, I will upload a photo (if I the computer will let me) so you can see the different color option.1 of 1 customers found this helpful.Was this helpful?