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For the coverlet, sew 8 rows of 8 blocks. Always press the seams in alternating directions from row to row. 56 Modern One-Block Quilts A B Baby 45˝ × 45˝ Throw 63˝ × 63˝ Coverlet 72˝ × 72˝ Colored Candies quilt assembly diagram B. Finishing Refer to Finishing the Quilt (page 11) for instructions on layering, quilting, and binding the quilt. Colored Candies coverlet, 72ʺ × 72ʺ Colored Candies 57 Designed and quilted by Natalia Bonner and Kathleen Whiting; pieced by Ashlee Woolf Fabric shown: Bella Solids by Moda Fabrics 58 Modern One-Block Quilts Criss-Cross FINISHED SIZE: 72˝ × 84˝ | BLOCK SIZE: 24˝ × 12˝ Zigs and zags dance across the quilt in this lively version of the popular traditional Zigzag pattern.
Sew 2 units from Step 2 to opposite sides of a strip set from B. Step 3. Make 2 (Figure D). 5. Referring to the Buckle Up block diagram, sew a unit from Step 4 to each long side of a white 21/4˝ × 161/4˝ strip to complete the block. C. 6. Repeat these steps to make the number of blocks needed (baby size: 9 blocks; throw: 16 blocks; coverlet: 36 blocks). D. Putting It All Together Refer to the Buckle Up quilt assembly diagram to find the size quilt you are making. For the baby size, sew 3 rows of 3 blocks.
A. 3. Sew matching-color strips from Step 1 to the units from Step 2 (Figure C). 4. Sew a white 6˝ × 63/4˝ rectangle to the side of each unit from Step 3 B. as shown (Figure D). 5. Referring to the Bouncing block diagram, sew the units from Step 4 together, with the color units at opposite ends of the rows, to complete the block. C. 6. Repeat these steps to make the number of blocks needed (baby size: 16 blocks; throw: 25 blocks; coverlet: 42 blocks). D. Putting It All Together tip For best results, put the colors together randomly.