Fat Quarter Quilts
If you're a collector of fat quarters, you know they're colorful, inspiring-and often too darn tempting to pass up. But what can you do with those fun little fabrics once they're yours? We've got your answer! Choose from eight wonderful quilt plans that show you how to successfully use those addicting 18"" x 22"" pieces of fabric. With just six coordinating fat quarters and a background fabric, you can stitch up a fabulous quilt top easy enough for any quiltmaker. Includes: Quick-to-stitch quilt patterns, including Broken Bricks, Houndstooth, Roman Stripes, and Woven Ribbons-plus an exciting mystery quilt. Step-by-step instructions for rotary-cutting fat quarters easily and efficiently. Ideas for enlarging your quilts with additional fat quarters.
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42 wide fabric Add a label Adding Borders Amish ASSEMBLY AND FINISHING baby quilt background fabric background strips background triangle baste batting and back Bind the edges binding fabric border strips bottom edges Broken Bricks color corner squares cut strips darker fabric Doris Ellis fabric 1 packet Fabric Fabric Fabric fat-quarter packet fat-quarter triangles Finished Quilt Freeland Houndstooth Layer the quilt long strip M'Liss Rae Hawley Mystery Sampler outer border fabric PAPER PIECING parallelograms pattern piecing as necessary pocket if desired Press the seams Quilt as desired quilt top quilted by M'Liss quilters Referring to Adding Repeat right sides Road to Ireland Roman Stripes Row 4 Row Row 5 Row seam allowance segments selvage Sew the fat-quarter shown Skagit Fields sleeve pocket spray starch stack starch or sizing stitch straight grain strip unit top and bottom top with batting Topstitch Triangles and Confetti trim Washington Whidbey Island Woodinville