Four patches: From orange print cut (3) strips 2.5' X 44' (width of fabric) From purple print cut (3) strips 2.5' X 44' (width of fabric) From white on white print cut (5) strips 2.5' X 44' (width of fabric) From novelty prints cut (40) 4.5' squares. (you can use several different prints, or use one special novelty print throughout for a different look!) Inner border: From black/white check or stripe cut (4) strips 2' X 44' (width of fabric) Outer border: From rainbow stripe cut (4) strips 3.5' X 44' (width of fabric). For the orange color way of 4 patch you will need 2 full strips of orange print, and one 1/2 strip of orange print. Fold one of the three orange strips in half, cut in half and set the extra aside. Place the Orange and White strips with right sides together and stitch along one long side with a 1/4' seam. Sew all 2 1/2 orange strips to the white strips in this fashion. Press the seam allowance towards the dark.
Rotary cut the strips into 40 2.5' sub-sections. You will need 20 orange/white 4 patches. To make the 4 patch units, take two subsections as shown, place right sides together with the orange of one section on top of the white of the section underneath. Sew with a 1/4' seam along one edge. Press towards one side.
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Download Beretta 302 User Manual. Now the fun begins! You will notice that in the quilt shown above that the 4 patches alternate so there is a purple diagonal chain alternating with an orange diagonal chain.
On your floor or a design wall, lay out your 4 patches and novelty print squares in the way you want them to go. Sew the blocks into rows, and then sew the rows together forming the quilt top center. Borders: (These directions show a different quilt top, but the border instructions are the same!) We are going to add the long sides of the inner border first. I like to join my narrow border strips on the diagonal the same way I do for making binding. The only exception to this is if the fabric is a stripe.I have better luck just stitching them end to end. Jedi Knight Dark Forces 2 Patch there. It is less noticeable that way.
I form an 'L' with the end of two strips with right sides together, and sew from corner to corner. If you look at the diagram above, you will see that the top strip is moved inside the end of the bottom strip, and just a bit up from the edge of the bottom strip.this leaves you two little 'V' areas. You want to stitch from the exact V at the top to the exact V at the bottom. I position mine just a bit 'off' this way so that I have a target to shoot for when stitching the seam. Then I trim the excess and press the seam open. Measuring Borders: For small quilts such as this, I like to lay the quilt top on my ironing board. I center the quilt top lengthwise on the ironing board, and smooth it out.
Not stretching or pulling, just flat. Then I take the border strip that I have just stitched and pressed, and lay it also down the center of the quilt top. Smoothing with your fingers and not stretching.be sure that the left edge is right at the left edge of the quilt and it hasn't crept away on you. I cut ALL my borders this way, using the border strips to measure across the center of the quilt, instead of using a measuring tape which may stretch or lay differently than the fabric I am using. My borders always turn out square and straight this way with no ripples. Cut 2 strips the length of the quilt top. Pin the border to the quilt, matching the center and top and bottom.
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