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Tropical Patches Wall Quilt

A bevy of batiks results in a tropical-look wall hanging. Punches of orange and pops of teal interspersed throughout the patchwork draw the eye around the quilt and add sparkle. Fabrics are from the Sumatra collection of batiks from Blank Quilting.

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Assemble Border Units A-E


1. Referring to Diagram 12, join Segment 1 to one edge of an assorted green batik 4" square. Add Segment 3 to opposite edge of square. Press seams toward square. Sew Segment 2 to adjacent edge of square to make Unit A. Press seam toward square. Repeat to make four total of Unit A.

2. Referring to Diagram 13, join segments 2 and 3 to opposite edges of an assorted green batik 4" square. Add a blue batik large triangle to adjacent edge to make Unit B. Press all seams toward square. Repeat to make a second Unit B.

3. Sew a blue batik large triangle and Segment 4 to opposite edges of an assorted green batik 4" square (Diagram 14). Add Segment 1 to adjacent edge to make Unit C. Press all seams toward square. Repeat to make a second Unit C.

4. Add two of segment 3 to opposite edges of an assorted green batik 4" square to make Unit D (Diagram 15). Press seams toward square. Repeat to make 18 total of Unit D.

5. Sew segments 3 and 5 to opposite edges of an assorted green batik 4" square to make Unit E (Diagram 16). Press seams toward square. Repeat to make a second Unit E.

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