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Lizard Applique Pattern

Quilt Block or Wall Hanging


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See Arizona! FREE coloring book and stickers. Photos and reviews on Arizona travel destinations plus general information on traveling with children, pets & special needs. Use our coloring book pages as applique patterns!


Also see:
Applique Patterns
Animal & Pet Patterns

About This Project

Learn how to turn a coloring book page into a layered applique design! Coloring books are wonderful sources for patterns. Use for pillows, quilt blocks. clothing, or home decor. This lesson will teach you the tricks. Coloring book donated by


lizard desert free color book


Click the link below or the following image to go directly to the color book page. For this project I used Cactus Page 3 and the Lizard Stickers page. I used the images in the original size printed.

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Project Supplies

One 9" x 9" piece of base fabric (white works well)

One 9" x 9" piece of stabilize (for machine embroidery and satin stitching around applique pieces)

One 4" x 9" piece of sky fabric

One 7" x 9" piece of ground fabric

1/3 yard fusible web

Scraps for lizard, cactus, rocks, plants, borders, hanging sleeve and binding

Backing piece and batting (or fusible fleece) sized to fit your finished piece (the block above measures 9" x 9" - remember that your block will be larger if you add a border)

Blendable thread for machine or hand embroidery

Sewing Supplies

sewing scissors
quilting pins
large sewing ruler
fabric marking pencils
seam ripper
rotary cutter and mat (optional but nice)

Special Instructions

All seams are 1/4"

To learn how to fuse strips of fabric to look like southwest rock formations, go to: Sedona Landscape Pattern

To learn how to create free motion embroidery, go to Free Motion Embroidery Lesson

To learn how to finish a wall hanging / quilt: Assemble/Bind Quilt

Continue to page 2 for directions

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