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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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Assemble Aqua Units


To foundation-piece, you stitch fabric pieces to a foundation paper with the marked side of paper facing up and fabric pieces layered underneath.

1. For one aqua A unit, gather one each of the following: aqua print 3-1/2x6" strip (position 1) and 3-1/2" square (position 7), white multicolor print 3-1/2x10" strip (position 2) and 3-1/2x5" strip (position 6), light aqua print 3-1/2x10" strip (position 3) and 3-1/2x7" strip (position 5), and olive green print 3-1/2x9" strip (position 4).

2. With right sides together, center a position 1 aqua print strip atop a position 2 white multicolor print strip; align a pair of long edges. Place an A foundation paper atop layered strips, positioning it so the strips' aligned edges are 1/4" beyond first stitching line (the line between positions 1 and 2) and at least 1/4" beyond beginning and end of stitching line (Diagram 1). To check placement, pin on first stitching line. Flip position 2 strip open, making sure it completely covers position 2 and extends at least 1/4" into position 3. If it doesn't, reposition and recheck until it does.

3. With marked side of the A foundation paper up, sew on stitching line through all layers, extending stitching past beginning and ending of the line by a few stitches. Press position 2 strip open and trim to about 1/4" beyond stitching line between positions 2 and 3 (Diagram 2).

4. With right sides together, align position 3 light aqua strip with trimmed edge of position 2 piece. Sew on stitching line through all layers (Diagram 3). Trim seam allowance if needed; press position 3 strip open and trim to 1/4" beyond next stitching line (Diagram 4).

5. In the same manner, add positions 4-7 strips to cover the A foundation paper; trim each previously stitched position 1/4" beyond stitching line before adding the next piece (Diagram 5).

6. Trim all fabric layers and foundation paper on dashed lines to make an aqua A unit (Diagrams 6 and 7).

7. Repeat steps 1-6 to make four aqua A units total.

8. Using A reversed foundation papers, repeat steps 1-6 to make four aqua A reversed units

9. For one aqua B unit, gather one each of the following: white multicolor print 3-1/2x12" strip (position 1) and 3-1/2" square (position 5), aqua print 3-1/2x9" strip (position 2), white-and-green tree print 3-1/2x8" strip (position 3), and olive green print 3-1/2x5" strip (position 4). Using B foundation papers, repeat steps 2-6 to make four aqua B units.

10. For one aqua C unit, gather one each of the following: white multicolor print 3-1/2x12" strip (position 1) and 3-1/2" square (position 5), aqua print 3-1/2x11" strip (position 2), white-and-green tree print 3-1/2x8" strip (position 3), and olive green print 3-1/2x6" strip (position 4). Using C foundation papers, repeat steps 2-6 to make four aqua C units.

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