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Light Tricks

A fussy-cut ombré print background draws the eye into light spots, making the bright reds and yellows pop off the quilt like 3D shapes. Large floral prints stand out when cut into giant diamonds. Fabrics are from the Scarlet collection by Pamela Mostek and the Shades collection by Kinkame, both for Clothworks.

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Assemble Sashing Units


1. Gather the four black-and-gray ombré print D pieces with light tips. Referring to Diagram 8, sew together pieces in pairs; begin stitching at marked dots and sew in direction of arrows to raw edges. Press seams open.

2. Referring to Diagram 9, join pairs, sewing from dot to dot, to make a center sashing unit. Press seam open.

3. Gather black-and-gray ombré print E and E reversed pieces with light tips. Referring to Diagram 10, sew together an E piece and E reversed piece to make a corner sashing unit; begin stitching at marked dots and sew in direction of arrow to raw edges. Press seam open. Repeat to make four corner sashing units total.

4. Referring to Diagram 11, join a black-and-gray ombré print E piece, D piece, and E reversed piece to make a side sashing unit; begin stitching at marked dots and sew in direction of arrows to raw edges. Press seams open. Repeat to make four side sashing units total.

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