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Little Bit of Fall

Combine Four-Patch units into Nine-Patch blocks with sashing for a simple and traditional wall hanging.

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Designer Ann Hermes used antique fabrics to make her quilt. Many quilt shops sell 19th-century reproduction fabrics that produce a similar look.
    Two prints make up the Four-Patch units in most of the blocks in this quilt. Cutting and assembly instructions are for this technique. If you want a scrappier quilt, select a variety of prints for the Four-Patch units.

 

Cut Fabrics

Cut pieces in the following order. 

 

From assorted cream prints, cut:

•    42—1-1⁄4" squares (21 sets of 2)

From assorted brown prints, cut:

•    74—1-1⁄4" squares (37 sets of 2)

From assorted pink prints, cut:

•    64—1-1⁄4" squares (32 sets of 2)

From solid Cheddar, cut:

•    36—2" squares

From dark brown print, cut:

•    2—2×20" border strips

•    2—2×17" border strips

•    2—2×17" sashing strips

•    6—2×5" sashing rectangles

From dark brown-and-white print, cut:

•    2—1-1⁄4 ×42" binding strips

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