Got Overflowing Scrap Bins? This pattern by Leila Gardunia is perfect for using up that scrap bin. Originally a Block of the Month, but now packaged in one complete pattern with everything you need. This is a great sampler pattern that includes flying geese, fans, log cabins, stars, flowers, chains and more! Most of the piecing is standard, but there will be some machine appliqué and the opportunity to make a block with curved seams.
-There are also a variety of block sizes. 8", 12" and 16" squares, not to mention 8" x 12" and 8" x16" rectangles. There's nothing boring about this quilt!
-This pattern is perfect for both confident beginners and longtime quilters who want to play with their scraps!
-You can use the coloring page to try out different color combinations or to color in the blocks as we make them.
Curious about the Fabric Requirements?
You will need:
Low-volume (whites and creams) 4 yards of assorted low volume fabric, with at least 6 different prints.
Red 3/4 yard total of assorted reds, with at least 5 different prints.
Green 3/8 yard of assorted greens, with at least 3 different prints.
Yellow, Aqua, Dark Blue & Pink 1/2 yard total of assorted prints for each color, with at least 4 different prints per color.
Orange, Lime Green, Light Blue & Violet-red 1/4 yard total of assorted prints for each color, with at least 2 different prints per color.
Paper Backed Fusible Interfacing like HeatnBond 1 1/4 yards
Backing Fabric 3 3/4 yards
-The finished size of the quilt is 56" x 72".
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Check out Leila’s Tutorials on our blog:
How to Foundation Paper Piece:
Choosing Fabric for a Scrap Quilt:
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Pattern is for one person use only. Do not copy, redistribute or sell. For any quilts you make with the pattern, please credit the designer.