Color Block Quilts
Vivid contrasts and large fabric pieces make these color block quilts exciting to see--and a snap to sew! Judith McCabe created these patterns to be fuss-free and fast to finish. The contemporary designs truly are perfect for the beginning quilter, while the experienced quilter will enjoy the exhilaration of achieving almost instant results. Whatever your skill level, these designs will add new energy to your home decor. The quilts look amazing when draped over a chair, hung on the wall, or spread over a table. And they're wonderful as quick and thoughtful gifts! Designs include Diamond, Ladders, Stacked Blocks, Vertical Strips, Vertical Rows, and Horizontal Strips. Each is shown in two versions, for which full instructions are given.
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Backstitching bind quilt binding strips 21/4 black print black solid blue solid borders to quilt center square centers and corners COMPLETING THE QUILT Cut 1 strip Cut 2 lengthwise Cut all strips cut fabric CUTTING THE PIECES Diamond Unit edge of quilt fabric for backing FABRIC REQUIREMENTS Yardage follow Binding Follow Quilting Follow Rotary Cutting green print green solid hanging sleeve layer lengths for borders Lock stitches machine quilted mark Matching centers measurements include 1/4 page 40 piece of batting PIECES Follow Rotary Piecing and Pressing purple solid purple tonal quilt as desired Quilt shown quilt top center Quilt Top Diagram QUILT TOP Follow quilting line rectangles 1 black Referring to Quilt seam allowances selvage-to-selvage width unless Sew 3 rectangles shown is machine sleeve is desired small rectangles squares 1 black strips and follow TOP Follow Piecing usable width wide fabric width of 40 Yardage is based yd 34 cm