Fold’n Stitch Wreath Poorhouse Quilt Designs


I am pleased to help and support designers by bringing information, tips and step-by-step with incredible patterns to enhance your work and increase knowledge. I was looking for a different pattern to make my Christmas decoration besides some Christmas trees that I am doing and found it very interesting and beautiful and I found new step by step and it is an opportunity to try and put more decorations made by me on that special date. You should start as soon as possible to do the work because Christmas is already here, and I am looking for and leaving you fast decorations to do and that is wonderful with less time. The good also of jobs that are fast is that they can do also to give of gift, thus buying the materials with more quantity comes out cheaper still. It seems so complicated that you even think that only the quilters could do it but it’s easy to do and it’s even better.

Once we have the pattern with all the information and measurements, the design is practically easier, after starting it is developing as the garland is being designed. This pattern is very creative and exciting to see the crown coming together. Today’s pattern is called the Poor’n Quilt Designs Fold’n Stitch Wreath, it’s a fun, quick and easy-to-do design. It has a wreath-like appearance that can be used as a garnish on the wall or on the door of the house or even use as a table ornament as well, being able to put candle or small vase as shown in the picture below.


Selection of Fabrics

Choose the fabrics as you wish to match your decor, or if it is for Christmas choose fabrics. Use seasonal fabrics, do not forget that this pattern has to choose from drawing in front and back to make this wreath delight everyone. Leave the squares pre-cut, thus being easier and faster to do.



I bring a wreath version, a wreath of flowers from among the various to help you and increase the knowledge and your list of projects. It is made up of fabrics and a few small buttons at each point just to give a detail. Imagine every beautiful design you can do with this pattern. The instructions are clear, enjoy, the good of the crafts is that we can put the ornament you want not only buttons but other Christmas ornaments or beads, have fun putting on decorations and making finishes that you prefer.

This wonderful Fold n ‘Stitch Wreath pattern that made for us is from Kristine Poor being the original designer, a perfect pattern that is easy to make through the pattern provided. This crown has other countless colors and types of fabric to assemble, just as I saw a sunflower pattern that I loved. It has a Poorhouse Quilt Designs Fold’n Stitch Wreath pattern that can help even more.

Materials Needed in Modified Pattern 

  • 1/3 of fabric A – which is red and green fabric
  • 2/3 of B-fabric – which is white and gold fabric
  • One pack of Bosal In-R-Form – should cut into 6 “squares or 2/3 yards of Pellon 71F *

☞ Learn to Also do Quilt Christmas Tree

Here below is the step by step in pdf that you can print if you prefer and also leave to further improve the understanding of the pattern a video tutorial for creating these beautiful crowns. In the photos they are model of the project ready to inspire you and inspire you. To always be linked to all patterns, follow our page on facebook CK Crafts and our Love Quilting Group. We give weekly tips with Free Padroes. I see you there.

 

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12 thoughts on “Fold’n Stitch Wreath Poorhouse Quilt Designs

  • 21 de November de 2018 at 14:49
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    love that you give us free patterns. its very much appreciated.

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  • 21 de November de 2018 at 16:35
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    Thank you very much. Will get it started in the next few days.

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  • 21 de November de 2018 at 18:18
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    Beautiful! Thank you very much for the pattern! I’m going to try it! I’m a little confused with which square that you would use for the top, would it be the largest square?

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  • 21 de November de 2018 at 18:21
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    thank you for the pattern. will try to get it done for the table at Christmas .

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  • 21 de November de 2018 at 19:45
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    Thank you very much for the pattern. I love it.

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  • 22 de November de 2018 at 12:16
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    thank you so much for the pattern. Cant wait to start

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  • 22 de November de 2018 at 18:12
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    Thank for the pattern.

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  • 1 de December de 2018 at 16:15
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    Thank you so much, love this centerpiece!

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  • 3 de December de 2018 at 05:37
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    Thank you for all the free patterns. I will enjoy making them all.

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  • 12 de December de 2018 at 04:20
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  • 25 de December de 2018 at 21:26
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    Loved your video!!!

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