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Ladybug Butterfly Snail Applique Patterns

Ladybug Butterfly Snail Applique Patterns

April 10, 2013 /
Categories Sewing, Crafts, Novice
Bugs applique patterns

Hi there, I am back with the 2nd group of applique patterns for the Secret Garden Quilt, this time they are the Bugs  Applique Patterns consists of Ladybug, Butterfly, and Snail. Similar to the Flower applique, these little cuties were made by iron on raw edge applique and quilt with trapunto method.

A little update about my new craft studio, I am happy to tell you that it is 90% completed. I am going to move in 2 weeks later but will be still running between both houses for another month or 2 until everything can be settled down (including my kid’s school transfer).

Stay tuned for my next update on the applique pattern, songbirds, tree & sun & font for the Secret Garden title

 

Bugs Applique Patterns

Download pattern here:
1. Ladybug Applique Pattern in small and medium sizes.
2. Butterfly & Snail Applique Patterns

[Update] For Secret Garden Quilt: Download and print the complete ready-to-stick-on applique fusible web pattern in mirror image here:
1. Ladybug Applique Pattern, print 2 copies.
2. Butterfly & Snail Applique Patterns, print 1 copy.
Refer to this method for a fast and easy way to make a huge amount of fabric applique.

Tools & Materials
1. Applique patterns (printed or traced on paper)
2. Applique fusible web (I used Steam-A-Seamir?t=crafpass 20&l=as2&o=1&a=B001144VCM)
3. Scrap fabrics
4. Base fabric (to place your applique on)
5. Scissors
6. Iron
7. Printer and paper (letter size)

Remark: Follow the instruction of the applique fusible web you are using.

 
ladybugs applique pattern
 
Bugs applique patterns

1. Peel off the paper backing of the web, stick the body of the ladybug.
2. Stick wings and eyes.
3. Fuse the applique permanently on your base fabric with warm iron at a medium heat setting.
4. Sew around the raw edges with your preferred stitch and sew the antenna. The picture shows the back of my applique using the trapunto method.

 
butterfly bugs applique pattern
 
sew-butterfly-applique-pattern

1. Peel off the paper backing of the web, stick the hindwings of the butterfly.
2. Stick forewings.
3. Stick the body and iron with medium heat to fuse it permanently.
4. Sew around the raw edges with your preferred stitch and sew the antenna. The picture shows the back of my applique using the trapunto method.

 
snail bugs applique pattern
 
sew-snail-applique-pattern

1. Peel off the paper backing of the web, stick the body and tentacles of the snail.
2. Stick shell.
3. Stick eyes.
4. Iron with medium heat to fuse it permanently. Sew around raw edges and on the shell.

 
little creatures in sercet garden quilt

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Alletta Vos

Sunday 25th of February 2018

Hi Would like to make this quilt and would like to know - do you do trapunto on the individual blocks before you piece all the blocks together?

Craft Passion

Monday 26th of February 2018

I did it before piece all the blocks together. You may get the quilt pattern and tutorial over here.

Dodie Sarnoff

Wednesday 1st of March 2017

Love this site!

Joyce

Wednesday 26th of October 2016

Beautiful quilt. I love it, and I don't quilt but your ladybugs, bird and butterflies would work in scrapbooking and applique which I do like to do. They are beautiful. Thanks for providing the pattern for them. Joyce

sewing crazy

Sunday 27th of October 2013

I must say this is a beautiful quilt. I am new to quilting and I was wondering how I can scale this pattern down for a toddler as a blanket/ throw?

JoyclynT

Friday 30th of August 2013

I want to thank you so very much for sharing your delightful designs on the net. I am making a memory quilt and I can use your fabulous applique patterns in it ... I have been searching for ideas for ages and you have solved the problem. I love your work and have subscribed to your site by email. Many Many thanks again...I am one very happy quilter x

Craft Passion

Friday 30th of August 2013

JoyclynT, thank you for choosing my appliques to be your memory quilt project, I feel so honored and happy!!!