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Maple Leaf Farm

Cultivate a trio of techniques—hand and machine appliqué and hand embroidery—on a throw that has a harvest theme.

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Designer: Bobbie Ashley

 

Materials

•    1-1⁄8 yards dark red print (circle appliqués, quilt center, Maple Leaf blocks)

•    1 yard light gold print (appliqué foundation, basket blocks, Maple Leaf blocks)

•    1⁄4 yard each gold, orange, dark orange, rust, and light brown prints (basket blocks, Maple Leaf blocks)

•    2—1⁄4-yard pieces assorted brown prints (Maple Leaf blocks)

•    1-5⁄8 yards mottled tan (appliqué foundations, wreath appliqué, quilt center, Maple Leaf blocks)

•    1⁄2 yard light tan print (circle appliqués, quilt center, Maple Leaf blocks)

•    5—1⁄4-yard pieces assorted light prints (Maple Leaf blocks)

•    5⁄8 yard brown tone-on-tone (leaf appliqués, quilt center)

•    1-1⁄2 yards burgundy print (circle appliqués, inner and outer borders, binding)

•    1⁄4 yard dark brown print (basket blocks, stem appliqués)

•    4-1⁄4 yards backing fabric

•    76" square batting

•    Freezer paper

•    Spray starch

•    Erasable or water-soluble fabric pen

•    Clear monofilament thread

•    Embroidery floss: green

 

Finished quilt: 67-1⁄2" square

Finished blocks: embroidered center, 16-1⁄2" square; embroidered corner and basket, 8-1⁄4" square; Maple Leaf, 5-1⁄4" 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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