|The original single charm pack quilt - details here if you are interested.|
So, on to the reason you've kept reading ...
Basically, you would be using two charm packs to make a quilt just like my single charm pack quilt above but with another internal border and an additional charm square round. Something like this -
You will need:
80 - 5" charm squares (Moda pre-cuts already contain all 42, so 2 charm packs will do)
39.5" x FWOF of solid border fabrics
15" x FWOF for binding
backing and wadding - needs to be a few inches bigger than finished size of 51.5" x 56"
- Layout charms as shown in the drawing.
- Cut solid border fabrics into 8 strips of 2.75" x FWOF (for the three inner border rounds) and 5 strips of 3.5" x FWOF (for the outer border rounds).
- From each of four of your 2.75" solid strips cut a 9.5" strip (for first border) and a 23" strip (for second border). You will have 4 of each.
- From the remaining four 2.75" strips cut a 36.5" strip (for the third border). Again, you will have four of these.
- Stitch all of your rounds together using 0.25" seam and adding solid strips for each border round to the sides first and then to the top and bottom of the quilt.
- When you come to the outer borders, sew the 3.5" strips together into a continuous length. Use this length to add the sides first and then the top and bottom. You will need two pieces 49.5" long for the sides and 51.5" long for the top and bottom. Trim any excess.
- Baste and quilt as desired.
- Cut 6 2.5" strips from your binding fabric to bind and finish quilt.
I hope maybe someone might find these useful. Maybe one day, I'll give it a go.
(Again, apologies if there are any errors in my calculations.)
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What does FWOF mean?ReplyDelete
Full width of fabricDelete
I believe Full Width of Fabric.ReplyDelete
so, to make a kingsize i would just keep adding rounds of squares and borders till i make the appropriate size? thank you. love your workReplyDelete
What a great idea! I am going to try this -- I have been asked to make a twin sized quilt for a little boy's bed. The request was for it to be "blue". Easily done :) This is a great pattern idea.ReplyDelete
Great pattern and idea! However, I found the measurement of the strips between the squares was a little short. I ended up having to add bits to match them up.mReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your talent!ReplyDelete