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Dedication, Acknowledgments

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Dedication

To my parents, Josephine Walsh and Kenneth Ray Frandsen,

I lovingly dedicate this book.

Acknowledgments

I would like to thank—both personally and professionally— the following people and companies, who share my vision, enthusiasm, and love of quilting, and to express my gratitude for their contributions to the industry.

C&T Publishing: Amy Marson, Jan Grigsby, Darra Williamson,

Teresa Stroin, Christina D. Jarumay, Rose Sheifer-Wright,

Zinnia Heinzmann, and all the dedicated staff who continue to create wonderful books

Husqvarna Viking: Stan Ingraham and Nancy Jewell

Hoffman Fabrics: Sandy Muckenthaler

Quilters Dream Batting: Kathy Thompson

Robison-Anton Textile Company

The Electric Quilt Company: Penny McMorris

Peggy Johnson, the Keeper of the Blocks, who helped draft the patterns in the book with The Electric Quilt Company software

Friends Vicki, Peggy, Susie, and John and my sister, Erin, for the last-minute help with piecing and bindings

Tony Kowal, for continuing to be a source of inspiration and support, as well as a wonderful friend

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Border Frame

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BORDER FRAME

◆ FINISHED FOUNDATION:

10½˝ × 11¼˝

◆ FINISHED MEASUREMENT OF CENTER TOILE MOTIF

WITH

¼˝ FRAME: 7½˝ × 8¼˝

7˝ × 7 ¾˝

(UNFINISHED 7½˝ × 8¼˝)

◆ FINISHED CENTER MOTIF:

Full-size Border Frame Triangle Strips foundation patterns are on pages 58 and 59.

This is the only quilt in the book that leaves the fold out of Fold and Sew.

It also has two foundations rather than one. One foundation is for the border strips and one is for the border cornerstones.

Birdsong, 13¾˝ × 14½˝, Terrie Sandelin, 2007

tip

It is easy to adjust this pattern to fit a center motif that is smaller in size:

Make the inner framing border wider and/or reduce the number of triangles you finish on the foundation.

Cutting Instructions

There is no quilt layout diagram for this miniature. As you place your patches, alternate light and dark.

Triangles

Fabric Requirements

Blue for inner border and foundation triangles: 1⁄4 yard

Cream: 1⁄4 yard

Brown floral for outer border and foundation triangles: 1⁄4 yard

You may want to add an extra ½˝–1˝ to each strip length for minor cutting adjustments.

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Danish Square

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One afternoon last year, while my daughter, Adrienne, and I were in Copenhagen, I looked out our hotel room window onto the old town square. The fading sunset struck the uppermost rooflines of the buildings, reflecting golden sunlight. The view was so beautiful I immediately wanted to capture the image in a quilt.

Just about any fabric palette or theme will work for this quilt. Just be sure to keep contrast in value— lightness and darkness—in mind when you select the background and fat-quarter fabrics.

Materials

Fat quarters require 171⁄2˝ × 20˝ of usable fabric. All other yardages are based on 40˝-wide fabric.

■ Fat quarters of 7 assorted

fabrics, ranging in value from medium to dark, for blocks

■ 7⁄8 yard of light fabric for blocks

■ 1⁄4 yard of fabric for inner border

■ 11⁄8 yards of fabric for outer border

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■ ⁄8 yard of fabric for binding

■ 1⁄2 yard of fabric for hanging sleeve

■ 35⁄8 yards of fabric for backing

■ 47˝ × 63˝ piece of batting

Cutting

From each fat quarter:

Cut 6 strips, 21⁄2˝ × 20˝; crosscut into:

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THROW: Zinnia

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Robert Kaufman

Letter Yardage Kona #–Color

1/4 yard

359–Pepper

K

1/4 yard

1237–Mocha

B

1/2 yard

147–Jungle

L

1

⁄3 yard

1042–Brick

C

3/4 yard

351–Green Tea

M

1

⁄3 yard

1370–Tangerine

D

5

⁄8 yard

1387–White

N

1/4 yard

1216–Maize

E

5

⁄8 yard

1145–Forest

O

1

1045–Brown

F

3

⁄8 yard

352–Ruby

P

1/4 yard

1089–Corn Yellow

Q

1

5

⁄3 yard

G

7

⁄8 yard

1295–Pomegranate

H

1

⁄3 yard

1465–Dusty Peach

Binding

1/2 yard

1308–Red

Backing 31/4 yards 351–Green Tea

149–Papaya

Batting 73˝ × 58˝

I

J

A

⁄8 yard

1

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

⁄3 yard

1082–Cocoa

⁄8 yard

1145–Forest

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

2

3

5

5

3

6

3

5

First cut: Number of 11/2˝ × WOF strips to cut

4

8

15 12 12

7

18

6

9

CUTTING

Second cut

1

221/2˝

1

181/2˝

1

171/2˝

1

151/2˝

1

141/2˝

1

1

131/2˝

2

5

1

1

111/2˝

1

2

101/2˝

5

1

91/2˝

2

3

1. Refer to One Strip at a

Time: A Pixel Quilting Primer

(pages 6–11) for assembly guidelines.

231/2˝

121/2˝

quilt assembly

2. Assemble the quilt top using the assembly diagram

(pages 50 and 51).

1

2

4

3

2

3. Layer, quilt, and bind

81/2˝

1

1

3

4

4

71/2˝

1

2

3

1

3

6

1

61/2˝

3

3

4

9

6

2

51/2˝

1

5

9

15

9

5

11

3

4

41/2˝

3

2

3

21

8

5

18

1

7

21 26

9

8

27 13

1

1

5

1

1

1

1

3

2

5

1

4

31/2˝

3

8

9

1

4

11

6

2

5

21/2˝

5

12 34 26 12 22 38 29 37

8

7

23 14

4

22 14 18

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Triangle Charm

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