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On the Block Wall Hanging

Create a miniature neighborhood with cute house blocks in different sizes and colors. Small floral prints add interest to the houses. Fabrics are from the Edo collection by The Henley Studio for Makower UK from Andover Fabrics.

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Materials


Inspired by Here Goes the Neighborhood from designers Mary Jacobson and Barbara Groves of Me and My Sister Designs
Quilt tester: Laura Boehnke

3—10" squares assorted florals in tan, red, and gray (large houses)
1⁄4 yard white floral (windows and doors)
1⁄2 yard tan print (large and small house block backgrounds, block rows)
1⁄2 yard total assorted florals (roofs)
4—5" squares assorted florals in red, teal, pink, and gray (small houses)
1⁄2 yard tan floral (block rows)
1⁄4 yard light blue floral (sashing)
1⁄3 yard red-brown floral (inner border)
5" square gray print (outer border)
7⁄8 yard gray floral (outer border, binding)
1⁄8 yard dark gray floral (outer border)
25⁄8 yards backing fabric
50x46" batting

Finished quilt: 41-1⁄2x37-1⁄2"
Finished blocks:
8" square, 4" square

Yardages and cutting instructions are based on 42" of usable fabric width.
Measurements include 1⁄4" seam allowances. Sew with right sides together unless otherwise stated.

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