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Seaside Village

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Pattern Details

This is a PDF file that you will print yourself from this site. I was inspired by the town of Bergen in Norway to make this colorful fused art quilt depicting a SeaSide Village, but this could be any town aside the sea. This raw edged fused pattern is easy to make using WonderUnder fusible web #805 and colorful fabrics. It would look happy and cheerful on the wall of any home or cabin. All my patterns on the CRAFTSY site are PDF patterns that you download and print from your computer. Please visit my website at to purchase the hand dyed fabric kit for this pattern. Don't forget to check out my class on CRAFTSY, Machine Quilting the Home Sweet Home Quilt. A beginners class to free motion machine quilting. Use this link to get $15 off the class price. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic sewing and DIY craft skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 20" x 22"

Recommended with this pattern

  • Multiple scraps of fabrics for houses and windows 6-8 at least 6" x 8" each. A fat quarter of light blue for sky and a fat quarter of dark blue fabric for the water A fat quarter of light green and a fat quarter of dark green fabrics for trees and inside border - or many different scraps of green fabric. A scrap of grey for road at least 17" x 2" 4-5 different dark scraps for the wharf - 3" x 4" each A scrap of black fabric for the tires 24" x 24" of batting for each quilt A fat quarter yard of backing fabric for the quilt You can buy a fabric kit from my website at on the pattern page
  • 2 yards of fusible web (I prefer Wonder Under it says #805 on the end of the bolt) Rotary cutter, mat, ruler, and pinking and wavy decorative blades for a 45mm rotary cutter handle Sharp embroidery scissors Mechanical pencil Sharpie extra fine marker Iron

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FrieStyle Designs
FrieStyle Designs
Frieda is an award winning quilt artist. She is a faculty member of the Chicago School of Fusing. Fusing is a fun and fast way to make beautiful art quilts to hang in your home or give to your special friends. Her patterns and quilts have been featured in many international magazines and she has published several books, including Fun Fast Fusies and Fabric to Dye For.