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www.studioefabrics.net Honey Bee Gnomes A Free Project Sheet NOT FOR RESALE QUILT 1 PROCESS COLOR: Featuring fabrics from the Honey Bee Gnomes collection by Lori Nawyn for Fabric Requirements (A) 5672P-90 . (B) Flame-16**. (C) Carbon-23**. (D) 5668-44 . (E) 5664-88 . (F) 5670-90 . (G) 5666-33 . (H) 5667-44 . 1 panel ⅔ yard* ⅔ yard ⅝ yard ⅓ yard ⅓ yard ⅝ yard ½ yard (I) 5671-88 . 2 ⅛ yards Backing 5669-11 . 4 ½ yards * Includes Binding **Peppered Cottons Collection Additional Supplies Needed Batting 66” x 78” (Recommended: Air Lite Colour Me 100% Cotton) Piecing and sewing thread Quilting and sewing supplies GRAYSCALE: Quilt designed by Heidi Pridemore Finished Quilt Size 58” x 70” Skill Level: Advanced Beginner Please check our website for pattern updates before starting this project. B/W:

STUDIO e PROJECTS Page 2 of 7 www.studioefabrics.net Fabrics in the Collection Sticker Tossed Allover - Red 5664-88 Geometric - Gray 5665-90 Tossed Allover Gnome Cream – 5668-44 Scenic - Blue 5669-11 Patchwork - Gray 5670-90 Border Stripe - Red 5671-88 Honeycomb - Honey 5666-33 Bee and Heart - Cream 5667-44 Honey Bee Gnomes Panel - Gray 5672P-90 Select Fabrics from Peppered Cottons Flame Flame-16 Carbon Carbon-23

Cutting Instructions STUDIO e PROJECTS www.studioefabrics.net Cutting Page 3 of 7 Please note: All strips are cut across the width of fabric (WOF) from selvage to selvage edge unless otherwise noted. WOF Width of Fabric LOF Length of Fabric Fabric A (5672P-90 Honey Bee Gnomes Panel - Gray): Fussy cut (1) 22 ½” x 40 ½” panel. Fabric B (Flame-16 Peppered Cottons - Flame), cut: (2) 1 ½” x 22 ½” strips. (7) 2 ½” x WOF strips for the binding. Fabric C (Carbon-23 Peppered Cottons - Carbon), cut: (2) 2” x 42 ½” WOF strips, piece as needed. (2) 2” x 25 ½” WOF strips. (3) 1 ½” x WOF strips. Sew the strips together end to end with diagonal seams and cut (2) 1 ½” x 52 ½” strips. (2) 1 ½” x 42 ½” WOF strips, piece as needed. Fabric D (5668-44 Tossed Allover Gnome - Cream), cut: (4) 4 ½” x WOF strips, sub-cut (32) 4 ½” squares. Fabric E (5664-88 Sticker Tossed Allover - Red), cut: See instructions to cut (17) Hearts. Fabric F (5670-90 Patchwork - Gray), cut: See instructions to cut (15) Hearts. Fabric G (5666-33 Honeycomb - Honey), cut: (4) 4 ½” x WOF strips, sub-cut (32) 4 ½” squares. Fabric H (5667-44 Bee and Heart - Cream), cut: (3) 2” x WOF strips. Sew the strips together end to end with diagonal seams and cut (2) 2” x 54 ½” strips. (3) 2” x WOF strips. Sew the strips together end to end with diagonal seams and cut (2) 2” x 45 ½” strips. Fabric I (5671-88 Border Stripe - Red), cut: (2) 7” x 74” LOF strips. (2) 7” x 62” LOF strips. Back (5669-11 Scenic - Blue), cut: (2) 78” x WOF strips. Sew the strips together and trim to 66” x 78” to make the back.

STUDIO e PROJECTS Page 4 of 7 www.studioefabrics.net Sewing Sew using a ¼” seam allowance with right sides together (RST) unless otherwise indicated. Always press towards the darker fabric while assembling, unless otherwise noted by the arrows. Block Assembly Note: The arrows in figures represent the fabric print direction. Pay attention to the fabric and unit orientations when assembling the various components. Center Block Unit 1 C 1. Sew (1) 1 ½” x 22 ½” Fabric B strip to the top and to the bottom B of (1) 22 ½” x 40 ½” Fabric A panel to make (1) Unit 1 rectangle (Fig. 1). Unit 1 2. Sew (1) 2” x 42 ½” Fabric C strip to each side of the Unit 1 C Trim block C rectangle. Sew (1) 2” x 25 ½” Fabric C strip to the top and to the A to measure bottom of the Unit 1 rectangle to make the Center Block (Fig. 2). 24 ½” x 44 ½” Trim the block to measure 24 ½” x 44 ½”. AFTER adding Fabric C borders Fig. 1 B Fig. 2 C 3. Following the manufacturer’s instructions, trace the listed number of each template onto the paper side of the fusible web. Roughly cut out each template about 1/8” outside the drawn lines. 4. Press each heart template onto the wrong side of the fabrics as listed on the template. Cut out each template on the drawn lines. 5. Arrange and press (1) Fabric E heart onto (1) 4 ½” Fabric G square (Fig. 3). 6. Finish the raw edges of the heart with a decorative stitch such as a buttonhole or satin stitch to make (1) Block One square. 7. Repeat Steps 5-6 to make (8) Block One squares total. 8. Repeat Steps 5-6 and refer to Figure 4 to make (9) Block Two squares, paying attention to the orientation of the Fabric E hearts. 9. Repeat Steps 5-6 and refer to Figures 5-6 for Fabric identification and placement to make (9) Block Three squares and (6) Block Four squares. Block One make 8 G E Fig. 3 Block Two make 9 G E Fig. 4 Block Three make 9 G F Fig. 5 Block Four make 6 F G Fig. 6

STUDIO e PROJECTS www.studioefabrics.net Left Side Border 10. Sew (1) Block one square to the left side of (1) 4 ½” Fabric D square to make Row One (Fig. 7). Repeat to make Row Five and Row Nine. 11. Sew (1) 4 ½” Fabric D square to the left side of (1) Block Three square to make Row Two (Fig. 7). Repeat to make Row Six and Row Ten. 12. Sew (1) Block Two square to the left side of (1) 4 ½” Fabric D square to make Row Three (Fig. 7). Repeat to make Row Seven and Row Eleven. 13. Sew (1) 4 ½” Fabric D square to the left side of (1) Block Four square to make Row Four (Fig. 7). Repeat to make Row Eight. 14. Sew the (11) Rows together, in numerical order from top to bottom, to make the Left Side Border (Fig. 7). Row One 1 D Row Two D 3 Row Three 2 Row Four D D D 2 D 4 4 D Row Five 1 D D 1 Row Six D D 4 Fig. 9 D Quilt Top Assembly D 2 3 2 D Row Eight D 4 Row Nine 1 D Row Ten D 3 Row Eleven 2 D Fig. 7 Top Border 2 Right Side Border 3 Row Seven 15. Refer to Figures 8-10 for fabric and block identification and placement to make the Right Side Border, Top Border and Bottom Border. D Page 5 of 7 D 3 D D 3 D 3 D D 2 4 D D 1 3 D D 2 4 D Fig. 8 1 Bottom Border 1 D 3 D 1 2 Fig. 10 (Follow the Quilt Layout while assembling the quilt top.) 16. Sew the Left Side Border and Right Side Border to the left and to the right of the Center Block. Sew the Top Border and Bottom Border to the top and to the bottom of the Center Block. 17. Sew (1) 1 ½” x 52 ½” Fabric C strip to each side of the Center Block. Sew (1) 1 ½” x 42 ½” Fabric C strip to the top and to the bottom of the Center Block. 18. Sew (1) 2” x 54 ½” Fabric H strip to each side of the Center Block. Sew (1) 2” x 45 ½” Fabric H strip to the top and to the bottom of the Center Block.

STUDIO e PROJECTS Page 6 of 7 www.studioefabrics.net 20. Repeat Step 19 to sew (1) 7” x 62” Fabric I strip to the top and to the bottom of the Center Block, making sure to stop and start ¼” away from each end of the block. To miter each corner, fold the Center Block on a diagonal, wrong side together. This should line up the strips from adjacent sides (Fig. 11). 21. Starting at the sewn seam (represented by the arrow in Figure 11), draw a 45-degree line to the edge of the fabric. Sew on the drawn line. Trim the excess fabric leaving a ¼” seam. Repeat this step with the remaining corners. Layering, Quilting and Finishing Q F u th old ilt T e ed op Di ag on on al 19. Center (1) 7” x 74” Fabric I strip on (1) side of the Center Block and pin in place. Start sewing the strip a ¼” from the top edge of the block and stop a ¼” from the bottom edge. DO NOT TRIM THE EXCESS. Repeat with the opposite side. Fig. 11 22. Press the quilt top and 66” x 78” backing well. Layer backing (wrong side up), batting, pressed quilt top (right side up) and baste. Quilt as desired and trim excess batting and backing when quilting is complete. Binding 23. Cut the ends of the (7) Fabric B binding strips at a 45-degree angle and sew end to end to make (1) continuous piece of binding. Fold in half lengthwise and press wrong sides together. 24. Sew the binding to the front of the quilt, raw edges together. Turn the folded edge to the back, and hand stitch in place. 100% Reversed Template for Fusible Applique 1” square for scale Heart Template Trace 32 (17) Fabric E (15) Fabric F

STUDIO e PROJECTS Page 7 of 7 www.studioefabrics.net I H C I H C Center Block C H I C H I Quilt Layout Every effort has been made to ensure that all projects are error free. All the information is presented in good faith, however no warranty can be given nor results guaranteed as we have no control over the execution of instructions. Therefore, we assume no responsibility for the use of this information or damages that may occur as a result. When errors are brought to our attention, we make every effort to correct and post a revision as soon as possible. Please make sure to check www.studioefabrics.net for pattern updates prior to starting the project. We also recommend that you test the project prior to cutting for kits. Finally, all free projects are intended to remain free to you and are not for resale. 2020 Studio e Fabrics

Honeycomb - Honey 5666-33 Bee and Heart - Cream 5667-44 Scenic - Blue 5669-11 Patchwork - Gray 5670-90 Border Stripe - Red 5671-88 Honey Bee Gnomes Panel - Gray 5672P-90 Tossed Allover Gnome Cream - 5668-44 Flame Flame-16 Carbon Carbon-23

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