Close This Ad
More
Close

Between the Lines

Whether you love retro or have fond memories of sleeping under a 1930s quilt, you’ll adore this cheerful row quilt. Strip-piecing makes assembly easy!

Pages

+ enlarge
 
+ enlarge
 

Download this Project

Assemble Block Rows

1.    Referring to Quilt Assembly Diagram, lay out four solid yellow corner triangles, 30 solid yellow setting triangles, and 16 Nine-Patch blocks in diagonal rows.

2.    Add setting triangles to opposite edges of the block in each diagonal row (Quilt Assembly Diagram, left row). Triangle points will extend past adjacent edges of blocks (Diagram 4).

3.    Join diagonal rows; press seams in one direction. Add corner triangles, centering blocks and long edges of triangles, to make a block row. Press seams toward triangles. The block row should be 6-7⁄8 ×102-1⁄2" including seam allowances.

4.    Repeat steps 1–3 to make seven block rows total. 

Pages