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Green Acres

Tiny Square-in-a-Square units look like perfectly manicured olive-green fields viewed from above.

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Note: Save your scraps from the wall hanging to make a doll quilt. Get instructions for the doll quilt here.

 

Designer: Jo Morton

 

Materials

•    2⁄3 yard total assorted light prints (blocks)

•    2⁄3 yard total assorted dark prints in green, gold, rust, and black (blocks)

•    7⁄8 yard red print (sashing, binding) Note: Designer Jo Morton prefers a single-fold binding on small quilts. To use a single-fold binding, you need only 5⁄8 yard.

•    1⁄8 yard light tan print (sashing squares)

•    7⁄8 yard tan-and-green print (setting rectangles)

•    22⁄3 yards backing fabric

•    48" square batting

 

Finished quilt: 39-1⁄4" square

Finished blocks: 11-1⁄2" square and 5-1⁄4" 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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