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Color Maze

This wall hanging may look confusing but it’s not. It’s simply strip set segments arranged in a mazelike pattern. A black inner border makes the quilt center stand out. Fabrics are from the Close to Home collection by T.S. Post for P&B Textiles.

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Assemble Tan Segments

1. Sew together a tan print 1-3⁄4×21" strip and a blue print 1-3⁄4×21" strip to make a tan-blue strip set. Press seam away from tan print. Repeat to make four tan-blue strip sets total. Cut strip sets into twenty-two
3"-wide tan-blue segments. Each segment should be 3" square including seam allowances.

2. Using tan print 1-3⁄4×21" strips and green print 1-3⁄4×21" strips, repeat Step 1 to make three tan-green strip sets and cut them into 18 tan-green segments.

3. Using tan print 1-3⁄4×21" strips and gray dot 1-3⁄4×21" strips, repeat Step 1 to make three tan-gray strip sets and cut them into 15 tan-gray segments.

4. Using tan print 1-3⁄4×21" strips and orange print 1-3⁄4×21" strips, repeat Step 1 to make two tan-orange strip sets and cut them into 11 tan-orange segments.

5. Using tan print 1-3⁄4×21" strips and red print 1-3⁄4×21" strips, repeat Step 1 to make two tan-red strip sets and cut them into nine tan-red segments.

6. Using tan print 1-3⁄4×21" strips and black print 1-3⁄4×21" strips, repeat Step 1 to make two tan-black strip sets and cut them into 10 tan-black segments.

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