Tropical Leaf BUNDLE
5 leaf shapes in ALL sizes

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Tropical Leaf BUNDLE
5 leaf shapes in ALL sizes

Regular price $20.00 USD   $15.00 USD
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***Bundle of all sizes of Tropical  Leaf Blanket patterns for the best value***   Includes the 2 large sizes and 4 mini sizes.

A collection inspired by tropical climes, where the gardens and forests teem with life and grow lush and dense.  

A simple, satisfying project, these versatile quilted leaf blankets are perfect for cuddling, imaginative play, and home décor.  

Dreamed up by Lisa's sweet, nature-loving girl, a portion of the sales went 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.

  • Six different leaf types: Elephant Ear, Lily Pad, Monstera, Banana, Paw Paw, and Fan Leaf
  • 2 large sizes and 4 mini sizes
  • Clear step-by-step tutorial with photos AND videos
  • Quilting tips (can be quilted with regular home sewing machine)
  • Inspiration photos

Sizing + Supplies

View materials list for mini sizes
View materials list + finished blanket measurements for large sizes  

Printing Info + FAQ

This is a print-at-home PDF pattern and includes three printing options:

  1. US Letter/A4 - tiled and designed to print on your home printer
  2. Copyshop - A0 wide-format file  (33.1″ x 46.8″) 
  3. Projector - specially-formatted and optimized for home projector use.   Read more about using our projector files here 

All pattern printing formats include “layers”, allowing you to print only the size(s) you need, or all of the sizes. 

View FAQ | Read more on the blog


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Customer Reviews

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Chellsea Jones (Syracuse, US)
Large Paw-Paw

Felt tickled to find a paw-paw pattern at all. They hold a special significance to me as the only "tropical" fruit native to northeast USA. I made this as a "tummy time" baby blanket for foodie friends. I'm an intermediate seamstess, and this was an easy project to follow and complete. The directions were clear and simple to understand, I really appreciate that you can separate the layers of the pattern to print only what you want. It would be helpful to use a walking foot for the quilting lines if you've got one. I felt lazy after I couldn't get the walking foot to work(note to self, don't be lazy!) and I didn't pin the layers together and they did shift a bit. Otherwise the sewing was a great project for beginners. From start to finish it took me maybe 5 hours. I can wait to make the other leaves in the set!

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sue parker (Lagos, PT)
Maple playmat

Absolutely loved this pattern I purchased the bundle along with forest carry cradle and toadstool. The maple leave in particular is so pretty and I have plans to make place settings from smaller version

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Katarina R (Leipzig, DE)
Great for special play mats

I bought this pattern to make a play mat for my baby and to add some interest. I made two leaves and attached them to the mat. I sewed crinkle material in one leaf, that is so fun for my little one! An easy pattern with great instructions and perfect to create your own activity mat.

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Addy de Kam (Barcelona, ES)
Just beautiful

Finally I made these beautiful little leaves for a Waldorf/farm school. I used thriftstore sheets and lined them with thriftstore fleece blankets. I’m very happy with the result. The instructions were good as always.

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Corinna (Hamburg, DE)

What a joy sewing these leaves! I could do this on and on. They are easy to sew and yet look amazing. I've used the smaller sizes to make some XL coasters for family dinner. Perfect sizes for saucepans and at the same time a beautiful decoration of the table.

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Martha Thornton (Canby, US)
Hop to it!

I am using this pattern to make a "Princess Tiana" dress from Disney's Princess and the Frog for my magical granddaughter. Huh? you say? But wait. The dress is what the dress it, but it calls for an overskirt, and I'm making connected lily pads to make the over-skirt. Then, when I have time, I'm going to up the pattern ginormous, and make a lily pad cape for her. Cute story...I'd been sewing madly from mid-January to mid-March, with 5 different dresses. Then, with my husband's decline from a very rare dementia, I've been busy! Frontotemporal Degeneration isn't for the faint of heart! Anyway, Eleanor's Daddy was driving her up to see us, and, on the drive, she told our son that she was SURE Babushka would have a new dress. He said I'd been really busy, and didn't think so. She persisted in her fantasy, and he broke it to her that I usually send him photos in advance and none had been received. When they arrived and he told her the story, she was very chagrined. But then I consoled her with the reality that I wanted her help for fabric and trim selection for the next make, and she LOVED that she was my #1 consultant. Five and a half is very cooperative and helpful and fun and loving...and she loved the idea of the lily pad accoutrements.

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Claire (Christchurch, NZ)
Such a fun pattern.

Great clear instructions as ever with twig and tale patterns. I've made the small so far as a baby shower gift but will be coming back to make a set of the minis from scraps. It didn't take very long at all once I'd made my fabric for the front.

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J Fostera (Den Helder, NL)

Heel mooi en makkelijk te maken

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krista ryan (Alexandria, CA)
like everything else Amaaaaaaaazing!

i always try and find a multi use when buying patterns. i've gotten crinkle paper to add to the middle, and shrunk the Ex Small by 50%. This way my son's class can toss and crunch them during the songs they do. It's such an amazing sensory friendly learning shape. 10 out of 10 recommend!

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Anne Mocarski (New York, US)
Surprisingly simple

I don't do quilting, so I was a bit nervous about these leaves, but they are so lovely that I decided to give it a try. The instructions are so clear, I was never confused and the results were great. Also, my daughter loved the one I made as practice, so I will keep making more!

Customer Reviews

Based on 104 reviews
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Chellsea Jones (Syracuse, US)
Large Paw-Paw

Felt tickled to find a paw-paw pattern at all. They hold a special significance to me as the only "tropical" fruit native to northeast USA. I made this as a "tummy time" baby blanket for foodie friends. I'm an intermediate seamstess, and this was an easy project to follow and complete. The directions were clear and simple to understand, I really appreciate that you can separate the layers of the pattern to print only what you want. It would be helpful to use a walking foot for the quilting lines if you've got one. I felt lazy after I couldn't get the walking foot to work(note to self, don't be lazy!) and I didn't pin the layers together and they did shift a bit. Otherwise the sewing was a great project for beginners. From start to finish it took me maybe 5 hours. I can wait to make the other leaves in the set!

s
sue parker (Lagos, PT)
Maple playmat

Absolutely loved this pattern I purchased the bundle along with forest carry cradle and toadstool. The maple leave in particular is so pretty and I have plans to make place settings from smaller version

K
Katarina R (Leipzig, DE)
Great for special play mats

I bought this pattern to make a play mat for my baby and to add some interest. I made two leaves and attached them to the mat. I sewed crinkle material in one leaf, that is so fun for my little one! An easy pattern with great instructions and perfect to create your own activity mat.

A
Addy de Kam (Barcelona, ES)
Just beautiful

Finally I made these beautiful little leaves for a Waldorf/farm school. I used thriftstore sheets and lined them with thriftstore fleece blankets. I’m very happy with the result. The instructions were good as always.

C
Corinna (Hamburg, DE)

What a joy sewing these leaves! I could do this on and on. They are easy to sew and yet look amazing. I've used the smaller sizes to make some XL coasters for family dinner. Perfect sizes for saucepans and at the same time a beautiful decoration of the table.

M
Martha Thornton (Canby, US)
Hop to it!

I am using this pattern to make a "Princess Tiana" dress from Disney's Princess and the Frog for my magical granddaughter. Huh? you say? But wait. The dress is what the dress it, but it calls for an overskirt, and I'm making connected lily pads to make the over-skirt. Then, when I have time, I'm going to up the pattern ginormous, and make a lily pad cape for her. Cute story...I'd been sewing madly from mid-January to mid-March, with 5 different dresses. Then, with my husband's decline from a very rare dementia, I've been busy! Frontotemporal Degeneration isn't for the faint of heart! Anyway, Eleanor's Daddy was driving her up to see us, and, on the drive, she told our son that she was SURE Babushka would have a new dress. He said I'd been really busy, and didn't think so. She persisted in her fantasy, and he broke it to her that I usually send him photos in advance and none had been received. When they arrived and he told her the story, she was very chagrined. But then I consoled her with the reality that I wanted her help for fabric and trim selection for the next make, and she LOVED that she was my #1 consultant. Five and a half is very cooperative and helpful and fun and loving...and she loved the idea of the lily pad accoutrements.

C
Claire (Christchurch, NZ)
Such a fun pattern.

Great clear instructions as ever with twig and tale patterns. I've made the small so far as a baby shower gift but will be coming back to make a set of the minis from scraps. It didn't take very long at all once I'd made my fabric for the front.

J
J Fostera (Den Helder, NL)

Heel mooi en makkelijk te maken

k
krista ryan (Alexandria, CA)
like everything else Amaaaaaaaazing!

i always try and find a multi use when buying patterns. i've gotten crinkle paper to add to the middle, and shrunk the Ex Small by 50%. This way my son's class can toss and crunch them during the songs they do. It's such an amazing sensory friendly learning shape. 10 out of 10 recommend!

A
Anne Mocarski (New York, US)
Surprisingly simple

I don't do quilting, so I was a bit nervous about these leaves, but they are so lovely that I decided to give it a try. The instructions are so clear, I was never confused and the results were great. Also, my daughter loved the one I made as practice, so I will keep making more!