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Circular Web Wall Quilt

Careful placement of dark and light prints produces a circular spider web pattern. Fabrics are from the Nature Walk collection by Cloud9 Fabrics.

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Prepare Foundation Papers


Click on "Download this Project" for patterns A-C.

Pattern A is in three sections on download. Use the following instructions to trace Pattern A onto tracing paper, or print Pattern A onto your foundation material, then assemble.

1. Use a pencil to trace all three sections of Pattern A onto tracing paper. Cut out sections roughly 1/4" outside dashed lines. Match sections at dots; tape in place to make a full Pattern A.

2. Trace Pattern A onto lightweight tracing paper or foundation material of your choice, tracing all lines and numbers, to make an A foundation paper. Cut out the A foundation paper roughly 1/4" outside dashed lines. Repeat to make eight A foundation papers total.

3. Reversing Pattern A, repeat Step 2 to make eight A reversed foundation papers.

Pattern B is in three sections on download. Use the following instructions to trace Pattern B onto tracing paper, or print Pattern B directly onto your foundation material, then assemble.

4. Use a pencil to trace three sections of Pattern B onto tracing paper. Cut out sections roughly 1/4" outside dashed lines. Match sections at dots; tape in place to make a full Pattern B.

5. Trace Pattern B onto lightweight tracing paper or foundation material of your choice, tracing all lines and numbers, to make a B foundation paper. Cut out the B foundation paper roughly 1/4" outside dashed lines. Repeat to make eight B foundation papers total.

Pattern C is in three sections on download. Use the following instructions to trace Pattern C onto tracing paper, or print Pattern C directly onto your foundation material, then assemble.

6. Using Pattern C instead of Pattern B, repeat steps 4 and 5 to make eight C foundation papers.

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