Want to learn how to make a quilt with an easy online workshop – totally free?
Sign up for Let’s Make a Quilt here. You’ll learn how to get started, the tools and supplies you’ll need, and how to make a quilt from start to finish using Quilt As You Go and applique with fusible adhesive.
It’s the easiest, most fun way to make an applique quilt. You can do it!
Ever since I released this free alphabet applique pattern, I’ve been getting requests for some matching numbers.
It makes total sense that you’d want to add birth dates and other numbers to your quilts!
It’s finally here. 🙂
These patterns are just the templates. Watch this video for complete instructions for how to applique with fusible adhesive – my favorite method.
Use the regular orientation numbers for needle-turn applique.
Download the regular PDF here. (Use the PDF file for the easiest printing.)
Download the regular JPG here. (Use the JPG file for the easiest resizing.)
Use the reversed numbers for applique with fusible adhesive for freezer paper.
Download the reversed PDF here. (Use the PDF file for the easiest printing.)
Download the reversed JPG here. (Use the JPG file for the easiest resizing.)
Why no nine? Just turn the six upside down. 🙂
Oh – and those adorable gingham prints I used for the numbers? They’re all from the Gingham Play collection from Michael Miller Fabrics.