By Natalia Bonner, Kathleen Jasperson Whiting
Glossy One-Block Quilts by way of Natalia Bonner and Kathleen Whiting proves that each one you would like is one basic block trend to make 22 quilts! From throws and wall hangings to queen-sized blankets, sewists of all ability degrees can be encouraged to create anything new by means of manipulating those uncomplicated block styles with fascinating materials, strange shapes and expressive traces. transparent step by step directions and a simple quiltmaking evaluate assist you from begin to end.
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Extra info for Modern One-Block Quilts: 22 Fresh Patchwork Projects
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.