CSQ Charity Quilt, 40" x 48"
Here is the top I made to test the pattern:
CSQ Charity Quilt Top, 40" x 48"
For anyone who is interested, here are the instructions:
Fabric requirements: Please prewash all fabrics.
Top center and outer border: assorted scraps for a total of 103, 4-1/2” squares. You can get 9 squares from a WOF strip so 12 WOF strips should be sufficient. Cut WOF strips 4-1/2” wide, then sub cut into 4-1/2” squares.
Inner Border: 3/8 yard. Cut 4 (four) 2-1/2” WOF strips. Remove selvages and trim 2 (two) of the strips to 36-1/2” and the other 2 (two) to 32-1/2”
Binding: 3/8 yard. Cut 5 (five) WOF strips, 2-1/2” wide.
Backing: 1-1/2 yards, at least 42” wide.
Piece squares into rows of 7 (seven) patches each. Make 9 (nine) rows.
Join rows together for center of quilt.
Attach 36-1/2” inner borders to sides.
Attach 32-1/2” inner borders to top and bottom.
Piece remaining squares into strips of 10 (ten) patches. Make 4 (four) strips for outer borders.
Attach a border strip to each side of quilt center.
Attach border strips to top and bottom.
Layer, baste, and quilt as desired.
Machine-finished binding is recommended for durability.
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i always love to see how different a pattern looks with various fabric choices. the same . . . but different! i really like the colorful, cheery fabrics you chose for your top.ReplyDelete
That does indeed look cheery, and it would be a fun quilt to work up using leftovers.ReplyDelete
Great looking easy quilt! Thanks for sharing with the H2H crowd!ReplyDelete