Cirque d’Elephant Quilt Pattern!

The Cirque d’Elephant quilt is a generous 40.5″x40.5″ when finished, and the modern design is perfect for both baby girls and boys! Who wouldn’t want to snuggle up to a bunch of cozy elephants?

Pattern is an instant download PDF file. The download link will be instantly sent to the email address that is on file with your Paypal account, so please ensure that Paypal has your correct email address on file. You’ll also have the option to download the file from a pop-up window that will appear immediately after your purchase. Either way, make sure to save the file to your computer for future use. Also please be aware that if you pay by e-check through Paypal, the payment will take 5-7 business days to process, and the download link will not be emailed to you until that time. Let me know if you have any problems or questions along the way!

If you are interested in purchasing the printed Cirque d’Elephant Quilt Pattern wholesale, please email me.
Copyright Info: This quilt pattern is for your individual use only. You may not copy or distribute this pattern to any individual or group. You may not produce derivative works of this pattern. If you would like to sell quilts made from this pattern, please email me regarding a Limited Commercial License.

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  1. That’s a lovely quilt pattern! As someone who is just embarking on quilting (I’ve bought some fabric but not actually quilted anything yet) it looks way too complicated fora beginner!

  2. Fiona – Give yourself more credit! Don’t worry if it looks intimidating, it really is a simple design. You may just surprised yourself with what you can actually do!

  3. I really love this. Elephants are my favorite animal and your quilt is just perfect.

    Would you recommend this for a complete newbie (not a great sewist?). I really just love this.

  4. Saro – Thank you! The basic design of the quilt is quite simple, so that shouldn’t be a problem for a beginner, and the elephants are appliqued on using a raw-edge applique technique, which is the easiest for a beginner. If you haven’t appliqued before, this is a great project to help get your feet wet! You can do it!

  5. I adore this! How did you pick the colors and patterns? That is the hardest part for me. Guess I’m not so creative.

  6. Tara – the great thing about this quilt is that you can use lots of random colors and prints, and they’ll all look great together! If you’re nervous about picking, try to stick with one line of fabric, and then you’ll KNOW they go together!

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