You will need Dark teal prints – four (4) fat quarters* Light teal prints – four (4) fat quarters Red prints – four (4) fat quarters Background fabric – 3¾yds Border fabric – 1¼yds Binding fabric – ½yd Backing fabric – 4½yds Batting – 80in square Templates – twelve (12) HST templates (see Templates section) Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Finished size 72in square Q Fabrics used Juniper by Kate and Birdie Paper Co for Moda Fabrics. Q my.modafabrics.com Cutting out 1 Cut the dark teal FQs into twenty-four (24) 2in x WOFQ strips. Subcut these into six (6) 2in 45- degree diamonds (see Step 8 and Fig 1). 2 Cut the light- teal fabrics into: Six (6) 6¼in x WOFQ strips, subcut each of these into two (2) 6¼in x 9¼in rectangles. Nine (9) 2½in x WOFQ strips, subcut each into eight (8) 2½in squares. Q Q 3 Cut the red fabrics into: Two (2) 1½in x WOFQ strips, subcut into twenty-five (25) 1½in squares. Eighteen (18) 2½in x WOFQ strips, subcut each of these into eight (8) 2½in squares. Q Q 4 From the BKG fabric, cut as follows: Three (3) 6¼in x WOF strips, subcut into twelve (12) 6¼in x 9¼in rectangles. Six (6) 3½in WOF strips, subcut into seventy-two (72) 3½in squares each cut in half on the diagonal. Six (6) 3in x WOF strips, subcut into seventy-two (72) 3in squares each cut in half on the diagonal. Twenty-four (24) 1½in x WOF strips, subcut into eighty-four (84) BEHIND THE QUILT Q LET IT SNOW “I made two projects (see page 37 for the second) using Juniper, a beautiful Christmas fabric line by Kate and Birdie Paper Co. This project is in a traditional style and combines a Christmas Star block with Jacob’s Ladderstyle detail running between the stars, created by combining HST blocks with corner square triangles to the corners of the star blocks. Because the fabric line comes in a range of flannels, it makes for a very warm and cosy winter quilt.” – Q Q Lynne Goldsworthy Q 30 Join us at www.gathered.how/todaysquilter
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