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All you need to make a moose whimsical is Banyan Batiks Alilah

A moose is a moose, but as the title said, when it’s designed by the very whimsical Tania Denyer of i am ginger quilts, using Banyan Batiks newest collection Alilah, it’s sure to be another forest all together.

 

Next week’s adorable quilting project on QUILTsocial, the Magical Moose Crossing Table Runner by the whimsical, Tania Denyer, using Banyan Batiks Alilah!

 

I’m posting the material list below, so you can get the fabric and follow along with Tania next week starting July 1st! In the first post, you’ll have the cutting instructions.

The newest collection, Alilah, is rich with color and as deep as the forest ground. Check out the colors for this must-have fabrics in the link above.

 

I love the coral colorway!

 

For the leaf blocks

½ yd x 2 of orange gold for the leaves
1 yd white for the background

For the applique moose head

½ yd black for antlers
fat quarter brown for moose head
fat eighth taupe/gray for moose hair

other fabric

22″ x 40″ approximately for batting
1 yd or piece measuring approximately 22″ x 40” for backing
½ yd for binding

other supplies

threads for piecing and quilting
1½ yds fusible HeatnBond, if you choose to do fusible applique

Ready, set, GO!

Carla A. Canonico is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of A Needle Pulling Thread Magazine, QUILTsocial.com, and KNITmuch.com.

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