The layout is much different than what I had anticipated when I first started this quilt. That happens sometimes, and that's ok. I really like this happy little accident!
12 10" squares...either use layer cake pieces or yardage from your stash. (if you are using yardage, you will need just under a yard of fabric) I used 12 different prints.
1 1/4 yards background fabric (white, in my case)
1/3 yard binding
1 1/2 yards backing fabric
37" x 49" batting or larger
Cut the background fabric into 16 2.5" x wof (width of fabric) strips.
If using yardage for the colors, cut 12 10" squares.
Follow the instructions here to assemble the 12 blocks.
Then, cut each block into quarters. Each piece will be 6.25" square.
It's ok, but it definitely lacked pizazz. Not the vision I had at all.
So, a little rearranging of the blocks....
Much, much better!
Here's a better view of how the blocks are layed out.
Sew the blocks together into rows.
Sew the rows together to make a quilt top.
Finished quilt top size is 35" x 47".If you try this pattern, I'd love to see it!
In other news....Cheryl is here for the week to visit. Woo-hoo! We've been playing fabric already. Imagine that. :) And she gave this quilt it's great name. Thanks Cheryl!
I plan on picking a winner for Amy's Modern Basics book sometime tomorrow.
Happy Monday to you!