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Spring Palette Wall Quilt

Showcase your floral scraps in spring colors in a star block quilt. Fabrics are from the Vintage 1930s Florals collection by Sara Morgan for Washington Street Studio/P&B Textiles.

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Inspired by: Swing into Spring from designer Jessica Dayon

Quilt tester: Monique Jacobs

 

Materials

Yardages and cutting instructions are based on 42" of usable fabric width.

 

  • 1 -7⁄8 yards solid white (blocks, setting triangles, corner triangles)
  • 9—9×21" pieces (fat eighths) Set A assorted prints in blue, pink, red, green, and yellow (blocks, setting triangles, corner triangles)
  • 1-1⁄4 yard Set B assorted prints in blue, pink, red, green, and yellow (blocks, setting triangles, corner triangles)
  • 2⁄3 yard blue floral (border)
  • 3⁄4 yard binding fabric
  • 3 -2⁄3 yards backing fabric
  • 66" square batting

 

Finished quilt: 57-1⁄2" square
Finished block: 12" square

 

Cut Fabrics

Cut pieces in the following order.

 

From solid white, cut:

  • 36—2- 7⁄8" squares
  • 36—2 -1⁄2×8- 1⁄2 rectangles
  • 72—2- 1⁄2×4- 1⁄2 rectangles
  • 72—2- 1⁄2" squares

From each Set A assorted print, cut:

  • 1—4 -1⁄2" square
  • 4—2 -1⁄2×4 -1⁄2 rectangles
  • 8—2- 1⁄2" squares

From Set B assorted prints, cut:

  • 36—2- 7⁄8" squares (9 sets of 4 matching squares)
  • 72—2 -1⁄2" squares (18 sets of 4 matching squares)

From remaining Set A and Set B assorted prints, cut:

36—2 -7⁄8" squares, cutting each in half diagonally for 72 triangles total

72—2 -1⁄2" squares

From blue floral, cut:

  • 6—3- 1⁄2×42" strips for border

From binding fabric, cut:

  • 6—2- 1⁄2×42" binding strips

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