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Quilt designed by Jackie Robinson of Animas Quilts for Maywood Studio Maywood Studio April Showers fabric collection

56" x 68"

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Woven Posies

Fabric

MAS705-B ........... Blue....................................... 3/8 yd MAS705-G .......... Green ................................... 3/8 yd MAS705-R ........... Red ....................................... 3/4 yd MAS8701-E ......... Large Allover ....................... 5/8 yd MAS8702-E ......... Medium Allover................... 5/8 yd MAS8704-E ......... Small Allover ........................ 1 yd MAS8703-E ......... Stripe .................................... 2 1/8 yds MAS8701-E ......... Backing ................................ 3 5/8 yds

56" x 68"

Quilt designed by Jackie Robinson of Animas Quilts for Maywood Studio Maywood Studio April Showers fabric collection

Cutting

MAS705-B Blue Cut (8) 1-1/2" strips MAS705-G Green Cut (8) 1-1/2" strips MAS705-R Red Cut (14) 1-1/2" strips MAS8701-E Large Allover Cut (4) 4-1/2" strips MAS8702-E Medium Allover Cut (4) 4-1/2" strips MAS8704-E Small Allover Cut (7) 4-1/2" strips MAS8703-E Stripe Cut (4) 4-1/2" VERTICAL strips for Borders Cut (4) 2-1/2" VERTICAL strips for Binding

This pattern was designed using an accurate 1/4" seam. Before beginning, please precisely cut (2) 2" x 6" pieces of fabric. Stitch them together along the 6" edge. Press and measure across them at the midpoint on their length. They should be EXACTLY 3-1/2" across. If not, adjust your stitching and try again until correct.

Construction

1. Stitch (4) strip sets of 1-1/2" Blue, 4-1/2" Large Allover Print, and 1-1/2" Blue. Press both seams toward the center. From these strip sets subcut (20) 6-1/2" square segments. 6. Center and stitch the stripe borders to your quilt, starting and stopping at the 1/4" seam allowance and leaving 5" tails at each end for mitering. Press the seams toward the Borders. 7. Place a corner to miter on your ironing board, with the border that is lying horizontal extending to the right, and the one that is vertical, on top, and extending up. 2. Stitch (4) strip sets of 1-1/2" Green, 4-1/2" Medium Allover Print, and 1-1/2" Green. Press both seams toward the center. From these strip sets subcut (20) 6-1/2" square segments.

3. Stitch (7) strip sets of 1-1/2" Red, 4-1/2" Small Allover Print, and 1-1/2" Red. Press both seams toward the center. From these strip sets subcut (40) 6-1/2" square segments. 8. Fold the top extending border diagonally under and position so it is exactly on top of the one extending to the right. Once you are satisfied that the miter is as it should be, smash it with the iron. 9. Place a pin or two to hold the mitered corner in place. From the underside, stitch in the pressed crease. Look to see that it's fine, and if it is, trim the excess from the corner to 1/4". Press this seam open. Repeat on the remaining corners.

4. Looking at the diagram, lay out your quilt. The Step 3 Red edged blocks are all vertical. The Blue and Green trimmed blocks are horizontal, and alternate rows.

5. Stitch the top together. Press. It should measure 48-1/2" x 60-1/2"

10. After quilting, use the 2-1/2" strips for Binding, and follow the instructions with the Binding Miter tool. Video demo of this tool at www.animasquilts.com

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