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Cozy Stripe Quilt

1Cosy Stripe QuiltThis quilt is very easy to make as it is just blocks of rectangles separated by strips of verticalsashing. The print rectangles can be cut from a fat eighth, which is assumed to beapproximately 10½in x 18in (26.7cm x 45.7cm).Materials Fabric 1: fat eighth – Teardrop peach (100181)Fabric 2: fat eighth – Windflower red (100185)Fabric 3: fat eighth – Flower Confetti sand (100184)Fabric 4: fat eighth – Autumn Bouquet peach (100182)Fabric 5: fat eighth – Duck Nest peach (100183)Fabric 6: fat eighth – Windflower lavender (100200)Fabric 7: fat eighth – Flower Confetti plum (100199)Fabric 8: fat eighth – Teardrop plum (100196)Fabric 9: fat eighth – Duck Nest plum (100198)Fabric 10: fat eighth – Autumn Bouquet lavender (100197)Fabric 11: fat eighth – Windflower blueberry (100195)Fabric 12: fat eighth – Flower Confetti blue (100194)Fabric 13: fat eighth – Duck Nest blueberry (100193)Fabric 14: fat eighth – Autumn Bouquet teal (100192)Fabric 15: fat eighth – Teardrop blueberry (100191)Fabric 16: fat eighth – Autumn Bouquet blue (100187)Fabric 17: fat eighth – Duck Nest nutmeg (100188)Fabric 18: fat eighth – Teardrop nutmeg (100186)Fabric 19: fat eighth – Windflower nutmeg (100190)Fabric 20: fat eighth – Flower Confetti nutmeg (100189)Fabric 21: ½yd (50cm) – Cinnamon Roll Plaid plum (130071)Fabric 22: ½yd (50cm) – Cantucci Stripe plum (130072)Fabric 23: ½yd (50cm) – Brownie Stripe plum (130070)Backing fabric 3⅜yd (3m)Wadding (batting) 59in x 79in (150cm x 200.6cm)Binding fabric ½yd (50cm) – Berry Jam teal (130054)Piecing and quilting threadsQuilter’s ruler, rotary cutter and matFinished Size50in x 70in (127cm x 178cm)Notes Fabric quantities are based on a usable width of 42in (107cm).Measurements are in imperial inches with metric conversions in brackets – use only onesystem throughout (preferably inches).Press all fabrics before cutting.Use ¼in (6mm) seams, unless otherwise instructed.Read all the instructions through before you start.

2Preparation and Cutting Out1 The quilt is made up of repeating rectangular blocks joined into columns. Each block ismade up of five different print fabrics and there are four different blocks. The fabrics used forthe quilt are shown in Fig A and the quilt layout in Fig B.Fig A Fabric swatches

3Fig B Quilt layout

42 To cut the rectangles for the blocks, follow Fig C. Each individual rectangle needs to be cut4½in x 2½in (11.4cm x 6.4cm). Cut fourteen rectangles from each of Fabrics 1 to 20. Arrangethe rectangles in groups as shown in the diagram.3 The vertical sashing strips are 2½in (6.4cm) wide and use Fabrics 21, 22 and 23 in arepeating pattern – see Fig D.From Fabric 21 cut six 2½in (6.4cm) x width-of-fabric strips. Join these together end to endto make a strip at least 212in (538.5cm) long. Now sub-cut this into three strips each 2½in x70½in (6.4cm x 179cm).Repeat this cutting and sewing with strips of Fabric 22 and Fabric 23.4 Cut the backing fabric in half across the width. Sew together along the long side and trim toa piece about 59in x 79in (150cm x 200.6cm).5 From the binding fabric cut seven strips 2½in (6.4cm) x width of fabric. Sew together endto end and press seams open. Press in half along the length, wrong sides together.Fig C Cutting the block fabricsCut each rectangle 4½in x 2½in (11.4cm x 6.4cm)Bold numbers indicate fabrics (see Fig A)Cut 14 from each fabricFig D Cutting the sashingCut each strip 2½in x 70½in (6.4cm x 179cm), joining as neededBold numbers indicate fabrics (see Fig A)Make 3 from each fabric

5Sewing the Blocks6 Take the five rectangles for Block 1 (Fabrics 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5) and sew them together into acolumn (Fig E). Press the seams in one direction. Repeat with the pieces for Block 2, Block 3and Block 4. Repeat again until you have fourteen of each block.Fig E Making the blocksMake 14 of each blockAssembling the Quilt7 Follow Fig F to arrange seven blocks as shown (Block 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3). Sew themtogether and press seams in one direction. Repeat this to sew the other seven columns of thequilt, following the quilt layout in Fig B for the order of the blocks.8 Lay out the sewn columns with the sashing strips between them and at each end. Note thatthe order of the sashing repeats from the left-hand side of the quilt. Begin sewing the sashingstrips to the columns of blocks, as shown in Fig G, pressing the seams in one direction.Fig F Sewing a column for the quiltFig G Adding the sashing

6Quilting and Finishing9 Make a quilt sandwich of the backing fabric, wadding (batting) and quilt. Quilt as desired.Square up the quilt, trimming excess wadding and backing.10 Use the prepared double-fold binding strip to bind your quilt. Pin the raw edge of thefolded binding against the raw edge of the quilt front (don’t start at a corner). Using a ¼in(6mm) seam, sew the binding in place, starting at least 6in (15.2cm) away from the end of thebinding. Sew to within a ¼in (6mm) of a corner and stop. Take the quilt off the machine andfold the binding upwards, creating a 45-degree angle. Hold this in place, fold the bindingback down and pin it in place. Begin sewing the ¼in (6mm) seam again from the top of thefolded binding to within ¼in (6mm) of the next corner and then repeat the folding process.Do this on all corners. Leave about 6in (15.2cm) of unsewn binding at the end.11 To join the two ends of the binding, open up the beginning and end of the binding tails,lay them flat and fold the ends back so the two ends touch. Mark these folds by creasing orwith pins – this is where your seam needs to be. Open out the binding and sew the piecestogether at these creases with a straight seam. Trim off excess fabric and press the seam. Refold the binding and finish stitching it in place on the front of the quilt.12 With the quilt right side up, use a medium-hot iron to press the binding outwards allround. Now begin to turn the binding over to the back of the quilt, pinning it in place. Usematching sewing thread and tiny stitches to slipstitch the binding in place all round, creatingneat mitres at each corner. Press the binding and your cosy quilt is finished.

Fabric 7: fat eighth - Flower Confetti plum (100199) Fabric 8: fat eighth - Teardrop plum (100196) Fabric 9: fat eighth - Duck Nest plum (100198) Fabric 10: fat eighth - Autumn Bouquet lavender (100197) Fabric 11: fat eighth - Windflower blueberry (100195) Fabric 12: fat eighth - Flower Confetti blue (100194)

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