300 Slices
Medium 9781571201478

Churn Dash Memories

Claudia Olson C&T Publishing PDF

Churn Dash Memories

Finished size: 68" x 68"

Blocks: Memories and Churn Dash variation

The turquoise triangles of each block connect to form a broken, on-point square. The empty aqua spaces help the eye to connect the lines between the two blocks, making them appear unbroken.

Materials: 42"-wide fabric

Aqua

Dark print

Turquoise

Blue (includes binding)

Yellow

Lavender

Blue/lavender

Backing

Batting

3 yards

11⁄ 8 yards

15⁄ 8 yards

15⁄ 8 yards

5⁄ 8 yard

3⁄ 4 yard

5⁄ 8 yard

41⁄ 8 yards

72" x 72"

Memorie s

Cut the following 42"-long strips and pieces. Cutting sizes are given in inches.

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C U T T I N G C H A RT

Fabric

Number of strips

Size

First Cut

Size

Number

MeMORIeS BLOCK

Aqua

Dark print

Turquoise

Blue

Yellow

Finished size: 12"

4

4

4

4

2

7

4

7

4

27⁄8

21⁄ 2

41⁄ 2

27⁄8

41⁄ 2

21 ⁄ 2

41⁄ 2

21⁄ 2

21 ⁄ 2

52

52

52

52

13

104

52

104

52

CHURN DASH VARIATION BLOCK

Aqua

Dark print

Turquoise

3

6

2

4

47⁄8

21⁄ 2

27⁄8

27⁄8

Second Cut

Make 13

27⁄8 x 27⁄8

21⁄ 2 x 21⁄ 2

21⁄ 2 x 41⁄ 2

27⁄8 x 27⁄8

41⁄ 2 x 41⁄ 2

21⁄ 2 x 21⁄ 2

21⁄ 2 x 41⁄ 2

21⁄ 2 x 21⁄ 2

21⁄ 2 x 21⁄ 2

Finished size 12"

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Medium 9781571205797

Flying Geese

Terrie Sandelin C&T Publishing PDF

FLYING GEESE

FINISHED FOUNDATION:

7¾˝ × 10˝

◆ TIME:

6

HOURS

Full-size Flying Geese foundation pattern is on the pullout. Note: Foundation is rotated 90° after sewing is completed.

The basic construction of this quilt is the same as the Everlasting Tree foundation. The only changes are in the foundation Sew and Skip lines and in the shape, size, and placement of the patches.

Fabric Requirements

1

White: ⁄4 yard

Assorted hand-dyes in shades of orange, yellow, and purple: total of

1

⁄4 yard

Pastel peach/purple for sashing strips: 1⁄8 yard

Dawn Flight, 13˝ × 15¼˝, Terrie Sandelin, quilted by Vickie Bajtelsmit, 2007

Patches

You may want to add an extra 1 ⁄2˝–1˝ to each strip length for minor cutting adjustments.

Trim the half-square triangle dog ears using the 1 ⁄2˝ Finished Half-Square

Triangle patch template on the pullout or The Ruler Method: Trimming HalfSquare Triangles, page 50. Trim the

Flying Geese quarter-square triangles using the Flying Geese patch template on the pullout. Alternatively, you could use The Ruler Method: Trimming Flying

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Medium 9781571206220

Square-in-a-Square

Kim Schaefer C&T Publishing ePub

Mix and match a set of placemats for yourself or to give as a gift to someone special. There are six different designs to choose from. I used a variety of neutrals, which look stunning on a dark table. However, the placemats will look great no matter what palette you choose.

FINISHED PLACEMAT: 18½″ × 12½″

⅓ yard light print for center

⅛ yard light tan for inner border

¼ yard tan paisley for outer border

¾ yard for backing and binding

16″ × 22″ batting

Cut 1 rectangle 14½″ × 8½″ from the light print for the placemat center.

Cut from the light tan:

2 strips 1″ × 8½″ for the side inner borders

2 strips 1″ × 15½″ for the top and bottom inner borders

Cut from the tan paisley:

2 strips 2″ × 9½″ for the side outer borders

2 strips 2″ × 18½″ for the top and bottom outer borders

1. Sew the 2 side inner borders to the placemat. Press toward the borders.

2. Sew the top and bottom inner borders to the placemat. Press toward the borders.

3. Sew the 2 side outer borders to the placemat. Press toward the borders.

4. Sew the top and bottom outer borders to the placemat. Press toward the borders.

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Medium 9781571208330

July—Star Flowers Quilt

Kim Schaefer C&T Publishing ePub

Star Flowers Quilt, 20½˝ × 28½˝, made by Kim Schaefer, quilted by Diane Minkley of Patched Works, Inc.

    yard total assorted dark blues for pieced background

    yard total assorted reds for pieced border and appliqué pieces

   ½ yard total assorted lights for pieced border and appliqué pieces

    yard green for leaves and stems

   1 yard for backing and binding

   24˝ × 32˝ batting

    yard paper-backed fusible web

   6 buttons (optional)

Appliqué patterns are on pattern page P7. Refer to page 3 for preparing the appliqué.

Cut 15 squares 4½˝ × 4½˝ from the assorted dark blues for the pieced background.

Cut 40 rectangles 1˝ × 4½˝ from the assorted reds for the pieced border.

Cut 20 rectangles 2˝ × 4½˝ from the assorted lights for the pieced border.

Cut 1 each of appliqué pieces 1–19.

Refer to page 3 for general piecing and appliqué instructions.

1. Make the pieced background.

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There and Back Again Projects

Terrie Sandelin C&T Publishing PDF

There and Back Again Projects ust as with traditional piecing, butting seams that lie in opposing directions helps create flatter seams. The trick to this is easy: double sew the foundation. Use the Sew and Skip method to sew patches onto every other row, moving from left to right. Then pivot the foundation 180° so that what was the top is now the bottom. Then sew the remaining rows, left to right. The alternate row seams will lie in the opposite direction to your first round.

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Duck and Ducklings

◆ FINISHED FOUNDATION:

7 1⁄2˝ × 7 1⁄8˝

◆ TIME:

3

HOURS

Full-size Duck and Ducklings foundation pattern is on the pullout.

Lancaster, 12˝ × 12˝, Terrie Sandelin, quilted by Vickie Bajtelsmit, 2007

Fabric Requirements

Black for outer border and foundation: 1⁄4 yard

Nine assorted solids: scraps of each

Cutting Instructions

Letters indicate fabric placement on the quilt layout diagram for Duck and Ducklings, page 61.

Blue: 1⁄8 yard or scraps

Triangles

Light blue: 1⁄8 yard or scraps

You may want to add an extra 1 ⁄2˝–1˝ to each strip length for minor cutting adjustments.

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