BUNDLE of Leaf Blanket + Doll Leaf Blanket
New Zealand Collection

Bundle

BUNDLE of Leaf Blanket + Doll Leaf Blanket
New Zealand Collection

$15.00 USD
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***Bundle of Child + Doll Leaf Blanket patterns for the best value***
Includes the 2 child sizes and 4 doll sizes.

Bring a bit of the New Zealand rainforest inside by sewing a whimsical, quilted leaf blanket.  A simple, satisfying project, these versatile leaves are perfect for cuddling and playtime.  

Dreamed up by Lisa's sweet, nature-loving girl, a portion of the sales will go towards reforestation projects and protecting animal habitat.   Read more about her project here.

Skill level: Beginner.  No quilting experience required, and all you need is a regular sewing machine.

 

 

  • Five different leaf types: Kawakawa, Kowhai, Makomako, Puka, and Rangiora
  • 2 child sizes and 4 doll sizes
  • Clear step-by-step tutorial with photos AND videos
  • Quilting tips
  • Inspiration photos
Sizing + Supplies

View materials list for Doll Sizes  
View materials list + finished blanket measurements for Child Sizes  

Printing Info

Our digital patterns are tiled and designed to print using your home printer on either US Letter, or A4 paper.  

Patterns include a nifty “layers” feature, allowing you to print only the size(s) you need, or all of the sizes. Full step-by-step printing instructions are supplied.

This pattern also includes an additional wide format file that can be taken to a local copy shop and printed on single sheets of A0 paper. 

FAQ

View FAQ | Read more on the blog

~ Cover image by Ruth Phillips ~

  • Look Inside
  • Resources

View the inspiration behind the Leaf Blanket pattern.

The Leaf Blanket pattern instructions also include videos for every step!  

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
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M.M.
the best quarantine project

This was my first time making a blanket of any sort, or doing anything resembling quilting. It was the perfect project while stuck in the house. It relaxed me to work on it, and the kids have something new to play with. The instructions were clear and easy. Wonderful pattern overall.

H
H.
magical to gift and keep

I've just made my third leaf blanket and this one is finally for me! Or rather... my cat.
The pattern is gorgeous: beautifully whimsical, softly cuddly, and I hope the ones I've gifted will become heirloom objects that are treasured.
If you're on the fence about this, go for it: the only thing to lose is your appreciation for the square and mundane, and let's face it we could all stand to lose some of that!
www.heatherymakes.wordpress.com

M
M.S.
gorgeous patterns

I have my pattern all printed out and ready to go. Christmas got in the way. The kawakawa leaf is the pattern I have chosen for a blanket for my granddaughter because if the shape of it and the traditional Moari uses and meanings. Her parents are setting up a "quiet " corner in her room and it the area will be designated by the leaf especially for her to de-stress. I am patchworking the top out of all things batik but it has to have some pink in it!Watch this space.

A
A.U.
Beautiful Pattern

I recently made the large child sized Kawakawa leaf for a friend’s child. It sews up beautifully! The pattern is easy and straightforward. I can’t wait to make some more in all the sizes.

R
R.D.
I made a baby blanket

My daughter who lives in York, England made a blanket for both of her boys when they were babies. I wanted something special for a friend who has invited us to Thanksgiving dinner multiple times. Her son is having his first baby and so I tried the pattern. It was fun and easy to make. I did have trouble figuring out the layering, but I made it work. I also researched the Kawakawa leaf and shared some information about the leaf in my letter to the parents.
Thank you for creating such a cute blanket.

M
M.H.A.

Wonderful pattern. Simple instructions, lots of help and good ideas online.

X
X.D.V.
Loved this so much!

I really loved sewing the leaf blanket, it's such a beautiful peace thateveyone needs. Very nice en easy for a great gift, or for your own kids ofcourse. I made one as a maternity gift and actually wants to keep of for myself. I plan to make one for my gaming chair. Nice and comfy. Love it!

R
R.
Easy in every way

Step by step instructions from even how to print to how to sew with suggestions of materials and sewing manners and keeping the environment in mind. It's worth the price as you know that stores ask much more money for a finished blanket like this.

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
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(24)
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M
M.M.
the best quarantine project

This was my first time making a blanket of any sort, or doing anything resembling quilting. It was the perfect project while stuck in the house. It relaxed me to work on it, and the kids have something new to play with. The instructions were clear and easy. Wonderful pattern overall.

H
H.
magical to gift and keep

I've just made my third leaf blanket and this one is finally for me! Or rather... my cat.
The pattern is gorgeous: beautifully whimsical, softly cuddly, and I hope the ones I've gifted will become heirloom objects that are treasured.
If you're on the fence about this, go for it: the only thing to lose is your appreciation for the square and mundane, and let's face it we could all stand to lose some of that!
www.heatherymakes.wordpress.com

M
M.S.
gorgeous patterns

I have my pattern all printed out and ready to go. Christmas got in the way. The kawakawa leaf is the pattern I have chosen for a blanket for my granddaughter because if the shape of it and the traditional Moari uses and meanings. Her parents are setting up a "quiet " corner in her room and it the area will be designated by the leaf especially for her to de-stress. I am patchworking the top out of all things batik but it has to have some pink in it!Watch this space.

A
A.U.
Beautiful Pattern

I recently made the large child sized Kawakawa leaf for a friend’s child. It sews up beautifully! The pattern is easy and straightforward. I can’t wait to make some more in all the sizes.

R
R.D.
I made a baby blanket

My daughter who lives in York, England made a blanket for both of her boys when they were babies. I wanted something special for a friend who has invited us to Thanksgiving dinner multiple times. Her son is having his first baby and so I tried the pattern. It was fun and easy to make. I did have trouble figuring out the layering, but I made it work. I also researched the Kawakawa leaf and shared some information about the leaf in my letter to the parents.
Thank you for creating such a cute blanket.

M
M.H.A.

Wonderful pattern. Simple instructions, lots of help and good ideas online.

X
X.D.V.
Loved this so much!

I really loved sewing the leaf blanket, it's such a beautiful peace thateveyone needs. Very nice en easy for a great gift, or for your own kids ofcourse. I made one as a maternity gift and actually wants to keep of for myself. I plan to make one for my gaming chair. Nice and comfy. Love it!

R
R.
Easy in every way

Step by step instructions from even how to print to how to sew with suggestions of materials and sewing manners and keeping the environment in mind. It's worth the price as you know that stores ask much more money for a finished blanket like this.