Top Banner
901 E. 14th Avenue North Kansas City, MO 64116 (816) 421-2000 www.pbsfabrics.com Featuring fabrics from the You Are Magical collection Combined with Painter’s Palette Solids 60” square Quilt designed by Lynne Goldsworthy of lilysquilts.blogspot.com Shooting Stars
6

You Are Magical - FabShop Hop

Nov 26, 2021

Download

Documents

dariahiddleston
Welcome message from author
This document is posted to help you gain knowledge. Please leave a comment to let me know what you think about it! Share it to your friends and learn new things together.
Transcript
Microsoft Word - You Are Magical.docx(816) 421-2000 www.pbsfabrics.com
Quilt designed by Lynne Goldsworthy of lilysquilts.blogspot.com
Shooting Stars
120-21862 120-21864 120-21866 (BKG) 120-21867 120-21868 120-21871
FE FE 3 ¼ yards ½ yard ½ yard ½ yard
029 Lavender 040 Bright Aqua 078 Bubblegum
½ yard FE FE
Backing Binding 120-21863 4 yards 120-21871 5/8 yard
• ¼” seams are used throughout • Read pattern through before starting • WOF - width of fabric, a strip of fabric cut from selvedge to selvedge • BKG - background fabric • HST – half square triangle • QST – quarter square triangle
1. Cut the following number of pieces from the following fabrics, taking care to orientate the 3 ½” x 6 ½” rectangles landscape not portrait style: 6 ½” squares 4” squares 3 ½” x 6 ½”
rectangles 120-21862 Two 120-21864 One 120-21867 Two Thirteen 120-21868 Thirteen 120-21871 Thirteen 029 Lavender Eight Thirteen 040 Bright Aqua Four 078 Bubblegum Eight
2. Cut the background (BKG) fabric (120-21866) into:
Fabric requirements
Notes
Cutting
• Nineteen 3 ½” WOF strips. Cut into one hundred and twenty-four 3 ½” squares and twenty- six 12 ½” lengths
• Two 20” WOF strips. Cut into three 20” squares and cut each of those in half on both diagonals to yield four QSTs per square. From the remainder cut one 10” square and cut that in half on the diagonal to yield two HSTs.
• Cut the remainder into five 4” WOF strips and cut each of those into three 4” squares. • Cut one 4” WOF strip and cut into five 4” squares.
3. Cut the backing fabric into two equal lengths and the binding fabric into seven 2 ½” WOF strips.
1. You will make forty HST units (eight per star), eight bright aqua, sixteen lavender and sixteen bubblegum. 2. Mark a diagonal line on the back of the BKG 4” squares. 3. For each pair of stars, place one solid 4” square and one BKG 4” square right sides together and sew lines ¼” away from the diagonal marked line on each side. Cut into two pieces along the diagonal marked line. Press, open and trim to 3 ½” square. 4. To make each of the five stars, sew the HSTs into pairs. Sew BKG 3 ½” squares onto each end of two of the pairs. Sew the other two pairs to the two sides of the print 6 ½” square. 5. Sew the three rows together to complete each of the star blocks. Make five, following the layout in the main quilt image.
6. You will make thirteen flying geese blocks, each containing four flying geese units. To make one flying geese unit, draw diagonal lines on the back of the remaining BKG 3 ½” squares (diagrams below). 7. Place one of these right sides together with a print 3 ½” x 6 ½” rectangle, aligning with one end. Sew along the marked diagonal line. Trim away excess fabric ¼” beyond the seam line. Fold over and press that triangle. Repeat with a second triangle on the other side.
Making the blocks
8. Sew the flying geese units into sets of four and sew 3 ½” x 12 ½” strips to either side. Make thirteen.
1. See the assembly diagram overleaf and assemble the quilt top into the following rows:
• Row 1: one BKG 10” HST • Row 2: two 20” QSTs and one star block • Row 3: two 20” QSTs, two star blocks and one flying geese block • Row 4: two 20” QSTs, two star blocks and three flying geese blocks • Row 5: two 20” QSTs and five flying geese blocks • Row 6: two 20” QSTs and three flying geese blocks • Row 7: two 20” QSTs and one flying geese block • Row 8: one BKG 10” HST
2. Sew the eight rows together to finish the quilt top. Trim to 60 ½” square 3. Sew the two backing pieces together and trim to 68” square. Make a sandwich using the backing, a 68” square piece of batting and the quilt top. Quilt as desired then trim square. 4. Sew the binding strips end to end using diagonal or straight seams as preferred. Fold and press in half wrong sides together along the length. Bind the quilt taking care to miter corners.
Finishing the quilt
Assembly Diagram
Kitting the quilt Prints 1 kit 5 kits 10 kits 120-21862 120-21864 120-21866 (BKG) 120-21867 120-21868 120-21871
FE FE 3 ¼ yards ½ yard ½ yard ½ yard
5/8 yard 5/8 yard 16 ¼ yards 2 ½ yards 2 ½ yards 2 ½ yards
1 ¼ yards 1 ¼ yards 32 ½ yards 5 yards 5 yards 5 yards
Solids
½ yard FE FE
5 yards 1 ¼ yards 1 ¼ yards
Backing
40 yards