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Log Cabins and Flowers

Appliquéd flowers amid quilted swirls and blooms give a geometric quilt a touch of whimsy. Bold, brown sashing separates the diagonal rows and defines each block.

 

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Designer: Deb Mulder

 

Materials

•    9×22" piece (fat eighth) red floral (appliqués)

•    1-5⁄8 yards brown tone-on-tone (appliqués, blocks, sashing, inner border)

•    5⁄8 yard green check (appliqué foundations, setting and corner triangles)

•    4—3⁄8-yard pieces assorted blue prints (blocks)

•    1⁄2 yard total assorted tan prints (blocks)

•    3—1⁄4-yard pieces assorted green prints (blocks)

•    4—1⁄4-yard pieces assorted red prints (blocks)

•    1-7⁄8 yards blue geometric print (outer border)

•    7⁄8 yard multicolor stripe (binding)

•    5-1⁄3 yards backing fabric

•    71×95" batting

•    Lightweight fusible web



Finished quilt: 63×86-1⁄2"
Finished blocks: appliquéd block, 5-1⁄4" square; Block A, 11-1⁄4 ×5-1⁄4"; Block B, 8-3⁄4 ×7-3⁄4"; Block C, 8-3⁄4" square 

Quantities are for 44⁄45"-wide, 100% cotton fabrics. Measurements include 1⁄4" seam allowances. Sew with right sides together unless otherwise stated.

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