Annabelle Quilt Pattern (Download)

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She's quirky, she's fun - meet Annabelle. This traditionally pieced quilt pattern features a playful and modern cow design. Get creative and let your imagination run wild with two fabric options - layer cakes or fat quarters - and three sizes.

Pattern includes helpful diagrams, detailed instructions, and a Color-Your-Own page to help you decide your fabric choices.

Sizes: Small (50" x 57"), Throw (66" x 70"), and Bed (82" x 94").

Skill Level: Confident Beginner. The pattern assumes the quilter can maintain a consistent 1/4" seam allowance and is comfortable with small piecing.

PDF Delivery: This product is a downloadable PDF file. A link will be delivered to your email once your purchase is complete. Please remember to save on your computer or device or print it on standard letter-sized (8.5” x 11”) paper. (You can purchase the printed booklet version here).

Quilt Kits: Rainbow Quilt Kit | Spring Quilt Kit

COPYRIGHT

You may sell items made using this pattern as a small independent seller. Please credit the pattern design as Cotton and Joy Patterns.

The pattern is for one-person use only. Copying, redistributing, or selling is strictly prohibited.

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Karen Neal
Title very fitting for a whimsical cow

Great pattern. Great instructions with lots of pics. Has become one of my favorite. I think I will try a different background with the spotted cow print fabric

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Rhonda Counts
lovely pattern!!

Haven’t made it yet but love the pattern. Read through instructions and cutting diagrams. Look very straightforward.

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Sherry Milano
Love the Annabelle Quilt Pattern!

Pattern is easy to follow and so cute!!

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Nadine
Love it!

The cows are so cute, and easy to follow! They are adorable in every way. So happy with this pattern

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Brenda Buys
Super cute!

This quilt pattern is adorable! I can't wait to start this project .... waiting for cooler months when stuck inside. Download was easy. Pattern is a little more advanced for me as a beginner, but definitely doable.