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Quilt of Many Ribbons

GENERAL DIRECTIONS

4 4 4 All seam allowances are 1/4" WOF = Width Of Fabric Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this pattern.

PIECING BLOCKS

1. Join a 2 ½" x WOF strip from fabrics #1, #2 and #3 as shown. Press toward the darkest fabrics. Make 18 strip sets. 2. Cut into 104 6 ½" x 6 ½" squares.

Fabric #1 Fabric #2 Fabric #3

CUTTING

FABRIC # 1 (lightest): 4 Cut 18 - 2 ½" x WOF strips (blocks)

6 ½" x 42" Make 18

Subcut into 88 - 3 ½" squares 4 Cut 1 - 2" x WOF (pieced border) Subcut into 8 - 2" x 3 ½" rectangles 4 Cut 1 - 21 ½" square (applique background) FABRIC # 2 (medium): 4 Cut 18 - 2 ½" x WOF strips (blocks)

4 Cut 16 - 2" x WOF strips (borders) 4 Cut 8 - 3 ½" x WOF strips (pieced border)

4 Cut 2 - 6 ½" x WOF strips (pieced border)

FABRIC #3 (darkest): 4 Cut 18 - 2 ½" x WOF strips (blocks)

PIECED BORDER

Gather: 88 - 3 ½" squares Fabric #1 22 - 3 ½" x 6 ½" Fabric #2 22 - 3 ½" x 6 ½" Fabric #3 4 - 3 ½" squares Fabric #3 8 - 2" x 3 ½" rec. Fabric #1 1. Draw a diagonal line on the back side of the 88 - 3 ½" squares of Fabric #1. 2. Place a 3 ½" square, right sides together, on the right side of the Fabric #3 rectangle and one on the left side of the Fabric #2 rectangle. Sew on the line.

TIP: The original rectangle (3 ½" x 6 ½" ) size must be maintained after the triangles are added to the corners. Therefore, when the squares are folded back, the corners must meet (steps 3 & 4). By sewing just to the side (toward the outer corner)of the line, your corners should meet and the original size maintained.

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4 Cut 2 - 6 ½" x WOF strips (pieced border)

Subcut into 4 - 3 ½" squares

Subcut into 22 - 3 ½" x 6 ½" rectangles

4 Cut 1 - 3 ½" x WOF strip(border cornerstones) 4 Cut 1 - 2" x WOF ( border cornerstones)

Subcut into 4 - 2" squares FABRIC #4 (print): 4 Cut 3 - 2 ½" x WOF strips (applique border) Subcut into 2 - 2 ½" x 20 ½" & 2 - 2 ½" x 24 ½"

4 Cut 8 - 4 ½" x WOF strips (outer border)

APPLIQUE: 4 Enlarge and cut one each of template pieces. You may want to reverse (mirror image) each piece for fused applique. **Remember to add a seam allowance if you are doing the needle turn method**

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3. Press the squares as shown to create triangle corners. Make sure the corners meet exactly with the original rectangle corner. 4. Once your are sure your corners meet, fold the square back open and cut away the back two layers, leaving a quarter inch seam allowance. 5. Now repeat the previous steps on the diagonal opposite corner of each rectangle. See diagram.

APPLIQUE

Gather: 21 ½" square Fabric #1 2 - 2 ½" x 20 ½" Fabric #4 2 - 2 ½" x 24 ½" Fabric #4 Applique pieces prepared for applique 1. Using your favorite method, applique the ribbon to the 21 ½" square of Fabric #1. Follow the placement diagram. Be sure it is centered. Trim the square to 20 ½" square, keeping the applique centered. 2. Attach the 2 ½" x 20 ½" strips to the top and bottom. Press away from the center. 3. Attach the 2 ½" x 24 ½" strips to the sides. Press away from the center.

3 ½" x 6 ½" Make 22

3 ½" x 6 ½" Make 22

3 ½" x 3 ½" 2" x 3 ½"

2" x 3 ½"

6. Piece two top/bottom borders and two side borders exactly as shown. Placement of the units is important, so be sure to check against the diagrams.

7. On the top/bottom borders add a 2" x 3 ½" Fabric #1rectangle and a 3 ½" square of Fabric #3 to each end as shown.

FINAL ASSEMBLY

8. On the end of each side border, add a 2" x 3 ½" rectangle of Fabric #1.

2" x 3 ½" 3 ½" x 3 ½"

Gather: 104 - 6 ½" blocks 1 - 24 ½" applique block 4 - pieced borders 16 - 2" x WOF strips of Fabric #1 8 - 4 ½" x WOF strips of Fabric #4 4 - 2" squares of Fabric #3

Make 2 Top/Bottom Borders

2" x 3 ½"

Make 2 Side Borders

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1. Below is the assembly diagram. Assemble the center with the 104 6 ½" blocks and the applique block. Follow the pressing arrows. 2. Using the 2" Fabric #1 strips and the 2" Fabric #3 corner squares, measure for and assemble the first border. Join to quilt and press to the outer edge. 3. Sew on the side pieced borders, press toward the center of the quilt. Add the top and bottom pieced border and press toward the center.

4. Measure for and assemble the next border from the remaining 2" Fabric #1 strips. Press toward the outer edge. 5. Measure for and assemble the outer border from the 4 ½" strips of Fabric #4. Press toward the outer edge.

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2" Fabric #1

This pattern is free to anyone who would like to make a quilt to comfort anyone touched by breast cancer. You may also use the quilts to raise money to support breast cancer research. Please feel free to make this quilt to be used as a raffle quilt or a signature quilt to generate money for breast cancer research or to help support someone in need of medical assistance who is suffering from breast cancer. Please DO NOT make this quilt to sell for a personal profit in craft shows or the like. Humble Bee spent many hours developing this pattern to benefit breast cancer research and awareness.

2" Fabric #1

4 ½" Fabric #4

2" Fabric #1

2" Fabric #1

Thank you

2" Fabric #1 2" Fabric #1

4 ½" Fabric #4

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2" Fabric #1

2" Fabric #1

4 ½" Fabric #4

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Applique Layout diagram Enlarge applique templates 200%

Quilt label. Please print this onto fabric prepared for inkjet printing and sew to the back of the quilt. Enlarge to desired size.

Fabric #3

Fabric #4

This quilt was made to support Breast Cancer Research & awareness.

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Quilt of Many Ribbons

Quilt pattern to benefit Breast Cancer research

Quilt of Many Ribbons

80" x 92"

YARDAGE

Fabric #1 (lightest).......................3 ¾ yards

Fabric #2 (medium)......................1 ¾ yards

Fabric #3 (darkest).......................2 yards

Fabric #4 (print)............................1 ½ yards

Binding...........................................2/3 yards

Backing........................................7 ½ yards

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This pattern is free to anyone who would like to make a quilt to comfort anyone touched by

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breast cancer. You may also use the quilts to raise money to support breast cancer research. Please feel free to make this quilt to be used as a raffle quilt or a signature quilt to generate money for breast cancer research or to help support someone in need of medical assistance who is suffering from breast cancer. Please DO NOT make this quilt to sell for a personal profit in craft shows or the like. Humble Bee spent many hours developing this pattern to benefit breast cancer research and awareness. Thank you

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