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Halloween Night - Riley Blake Designs...©2011 Riley Blake Designs and Doodlebug Design. Quilt Design by Jina Barney. Sew an orange damask 2½” strip to a black stars 2½” strip.

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  • Halloween Night

  • ©2011 Riley Blake Designs and Doodlebug Design. Quilt Design by Jina Barney.

    Sew an orange damask 2½” strip to a black stars 2½” strip. Cut the strips into 2½” segments. Sew the segments together to create 4 Corner Posts.

    Referring to diagram, sew a large clean white triangle to each side of Unit A to create Unit B. Repeat to make 28 Unit Bs.

    Sew 1 large clean white triangle and 2 small clean white tri-angles Unit A to create Unit C. Repeat to make 8 Unit Cs. Sew 7 Unit Bs together with a Unit C on each end to create a border. Repeat to make 4 borders. Referring to quilt photo for placement, sew a Corner Post to each end of 2 of the borders to create the top and bottom borders.

    BordersSeam allowances vary so measure through the center of the quilt before cutting border pieces. Sew side borders first.

    Border 1Sew 1½”strips together end to end. Side borders should be 33½”. Top and bottom borders should be 35½”.

    Border 2Sew sides to quilt center first. (These are the rows without the corner posts.) Sew the 2 remaining rows with the corner posts to the top and bottom of the quilt.

    Border 3Sew 1½” strips together end to end. Side borders should be 43½”. Top and bottom borders should be 45½”.

    Border 4Sew 4½”strips together end to end. Side borders should be 45½”. Top and bottom borders should be 53½”.

    Finish quilt by layering the quilt top, batting, and back. Bind with your favorite Riley Blake fabric from the Trick or Treat Collection. Have fun with your colors and enjoy the journey of making your quilt.

    FINISHED QUILT SIZE 53” x 53”Finished Center Panel Size 33” x 33”Measurements include ¼” seam allowance.Sew with right sides together unless otherwise stated.

    Please check our website www.rileyblakedesigns.com for any revisions before starting this project.

    FABRIC REQUIREMENTS:3/4 yard main (C2530 Black)1/3 yard damask (C2534 Orange)½ yard damask (C2534 Purple)1/3 yard stars (C2535 Black)1 trick or treat panel (C2538 Multi)5/8 yard clean white solid (C100-01 Clean White)Binding ½ yardBacking 3½ yards

    CUTTING REQUIREMENTSPlease read instructions first before cutting. Seam allowances vary so measure through the center of the quilt before cutting border pieces.

    PanelCut 1 square 33½” x 33½” from trick or treat panel (C2538 Multi)

    Border 1Cut 4 strips 1½” x WOF from purple damask (C2534 Purple)

    Border 2Cut 4 strips 1 7/8” x WOF from orange damask (C2534 Orange)Cut 4 strips 1 7/8” x WOF from black stars (C2535 Black)Cut 1 strip 2½” x WOF from orange damask (C2534 Orange)Cut 1 strip 2½” x WOF from black stars (C2535 Black)Cut 16 squares 5¼” x 5¼” from clean white (C100-01 Clean White). Cut squares twice diagonally to make 64 large triangles.Cut 8 squares 2 7/8” x 2 7/8” from clean white (C100-01 Clean White). Cut squares once diagonally to make 16 small triangles.

    Border 3Cut 5 strips 1½” x WOF from purple damask (C2534 Purple)

    Border 4Cut 5 strips 4½” x WOF from black main (C2530 Black)

    QUILT ASSEMBLYRefer to quilt photo for placement of panel and borders.

    Border 2Sew an orange damask 1 7/8” strip to a black stars 1 7/8” strip. Repeat with the remaining orange damask and black stars 1 7/8” strips. Cut the strips into 1 7/8” segments. Sew the segments together to create 36 of Unit A.

    Unit A

    Corner Post Unit CUnit B

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