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Super Bowl of Quilt Fabric Savings

It’s time for our “Game Changer” Super Bolt Quilt Fabric Sale!  HUNDREDS of bolts of fabric are on sale.  Fabrics are already marked down, no coupon code necessary.  FREE shipping on orders over $50.

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I realized earlier this week, that quilting and football have a lot in common.  I was reading up on football and came upon these terms that made me immediately think about quilting:

NEUTRAL ZONE – The area of the field between the offense and defense when both are lined up read for the snap of the ball.   ♥  The “neutral zone” of my quilts is the area of neutral fabric between 2 focal fabrics, such as sashing.

neutral zone

BIG UGLIES – Offensive linemen.  ♥  I have some “big uglies” pieces of fabric that I’ve had to ask myself, “what were you thinking?”  Do you have any “big uglies”?

Jumbo Paisley

CLIP/CLIPPING – A penalty where an offensive player blocks a defensive player in the back. Results in a 15 yard penalty.  ♥  Clipping threads, clipping corners, clipping curves. It seems I do a lot of clipping in my quilting.  No penalties in my sewing room for clipping!

HAIL MARY – A passing play where the offense is usually more than 40 yards away from the end zone. Receivers will run into one area of the end zone and the quarterback will just throw it up for them and pray one catches it.  ♥  Once I sew my patches of fabric together and take it to the iron, I “hail mary” that my seams line up.

match seams

SEAM – A route where a receiver runs downfield for 8-10 yards, and then angles in towards the center.  ♥  My “seams” are the route downfield of my fabric patches that hopefully continue straight downfield and never angle towards the center.

seam

THREW IT AWAY When a quarterback legally throws an incomplete pass with the sole intention of ending the play and avoiding a sack.  ♥  See above – if my “seam” angles towards the center of my fabric patch, I’ll have to “throw it away”.

TUCK RULE – An incomplete pass where the football comes out of the quarterback’s hand as his arm is moving forward in a passing motion.  ♥  My “rule on tucks” is to always avoid them, but when they do happen, then I have to “throw it away”.  Maybe I should try a “hail mary”!

ruck

Now that we know so much about football, I hope you enjoy the big game!  Be sure to check out our Super Bolt savings during a break!  Hurry!  Sale ends Monday February 8th, 2016.

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Placentia, CA

 

 

Fabric Snowball Quilt

When life gives you snow – make snowballs!  Snowball quilts, that is!

This easy snowball quilt is perfect to wrap yourself in after a day in the snow.  The snowball quilt block is beginner friendly.  You can use a solid, lightly patterned fabric or fussy cut a larger design to use as the center of your snowball or add an applique or embroidery to the center of the snowball.

We designed this quilt in 2 colorways, purple and blue.  Kits available for each color palette, by clicking here.

Snowball Love in Purple Cover     Snowball Love in Blue Cover

SNOWBALL LOVE

Finished Size: 58” x 58”

Block Size: 8”

Number of Blocks: 36

Fabric Requirements:

Confetti – 1 Yard

Zig Zag – 1/4 Yard

Bubbles – 1-1/4 Yard

Blue Mesh – 2 Yards

Green Mesh – 1 Yard

Layout: 6 Blocks Across, 6 Blocks Down

Cutting Instructions:

WOF = Width of Fabric

All seams are 1/4″ unless noted otherwise.

Cut Four 8-1/2” x 8-1/2” squares of Zig Zag Fabric

Cut Sixteen 8-1/2” x 8-1/2” squares of Confetti

Cut Five 3-1/2” x WOF strips of Blue Mesh – Subcut into (64) 3-1/2” x 3-1/2” squares

Cut Eight 2-1/2” x WOF strips of Blue Mesh

Cut Eight 2-1/2” x WOF strips of Green Mesh

Cut Six 1-1/2” x WOF strips of Green Mesh for Border #1

Cut Eight 4-1/2” x WOF strips of Bubbles for Border #2

Cut Eight 2-1/2” x WOF strips of Blue Mesh for Binding

Constructing the Blocks:

Block A – Snowball Block

Mark a diagonal line corner to corner on the back of each 3-1/2” x 3-1/2” blue mesh square. Place a blue square on each corner of a confetti square. See layout for proper positioning of blue square. Sew on drawn line. Cut 1/4″ from sewn line. Press remainder of blue fabric away from Confetti fabric. Confirm that you have an 8-1/2” x 8-1/2” square.

Block A Blue

Block B – Stripped Block

Sew pairs consisting of one Blue Mesh and one Green Mesh 2-1/2” strips. Sew pairs together so that fabrics are alternating Blue – Green – Blue – Green. You will have 4 sets of 4 strips. Subcut these into 8-1/2” squares.

Block B Blue Instructions

Assemble the Quilt:

You are ready to assemble the center of the quilt top following the layout in the picture. Sew each row as pictured, then sew rows together.

Piece together the 1-1/2” Green Mesh strips so that you have two strips 48-1/2” long and two strips 50-1/2” long.

Attach the 48-1/2” strips to the sides and the 50-1/2” strips to the top and bottom.

Piece together the 4-1/2” Bubble strips so that you have two strips 50-1/2” long and two strips 58-1/2” long.

Attach the 50-1/2” strips to the sides and the 58-1/2” strips to the top and bottom.

Quilt as desired, bind and enjoy!

Snowball Love in Blue Cover     Snowball Love in Purple Cover

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Placentia, CA

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Newest Quilt Fabrics in Stock

WHAT’S NEW IN THE SHOP?

This week, spring has arrived in the shop as we received the newest quilt fabrics from Henry Glass Fabrics and they are sure to be the latest “must have” fabrics.  Our collection of Bicycles and Blooms includes the novelty stripe and 4 perfect floral coordinates that are bold enough to stand on their own.

Bicycles and Blooms

The large clustered florals on a white or black background are fun with their tiny polka dotted petals.  The small floral coordinates feature very small flowers with hexagon shaped petals.  We just can’t get enough of hexagons!  These vintage inspired fabrics would make a great new tote for the spring.  We love the Bow Tucks Tote!

Bow Tucks Tote

LOVE IS IN THE AIR!

As we round the corner into February, there is still plenty of time to make a Love Pillow.  Our Love Pillow features appliqued letters to spell the word Love and no calorie chocolate covered strawberries.  Click here for our FREE downloadable project.

Love Pillow Kit

WHAT’S ON SALE?!

This week we have several fabulous selections of sale fabrics.

For the areas of the country that received the much anticipated blizzard, we put our Art Class collection on sale to brighten up your sewing room beyond the white snow.

art class

Need project inspiration?  Try our Art Class Love FREE tutorial and link for a LoveQuilting.com exclusive kit.

Art Class Love

Batiks, batiks, batiks!  This week we have many of our favorite print batiks on sale.  Tonal textured hand dyes and subtle prints, there is a batik for every project!

batiks

How about some stripes?  We’ve got wavy stripes, crazy stripes, thin stripes, thick stripes, pale stripes and bold stripes.

stripes

In case we forgot to mention a few surprise sale items, check the What’s on Sale?! category and see all of this week’s sale items.

FREE DOWNLOADABLE VALENTINE PATTERNS AVAILABLE!

Wrap your Valentine in love with Hugs and Kisses Quilt 1 and 2 from Studio E.  Click here for our selection of red and pink fabrics for these projects.

Hugs and Kisses 1 Cover   Hugs and Kisses 2 Cover

Bali Love Song, a free pattern from Hoffman Fabrics, features the use of 2-1/2″ strips, Bali Pops or Jelly Rolls.

bali love song

How about some Candi Krush?  This colorful candy free pattern from Benartex is sweet and calorie free!

candikrush1

Do what you Love – Love what you do – LoveQuilting.com

Placentia, CA

 

Quilt Fabric Love Pillow

Ask someone what symbolizes Valentine’s Day to them, and I bet most of the responses will be hearts.  For me, the symbol is CHOCOLATE!  The first year my husband and I were together, he brought home a large platter of chocolate covered strawberries and I knew he was a keeper!

It’s been 16 years and he still brings me a platter of chocolate covered strawberries for Valentine’s Day.  I designed this Love Pillow as a lower calorie, non-perishable version of those chocolate covered strawberries.

love

Love Pillow

37″ x WOF of background fabric

Scraps of pink, red, brown and green
18” pillow form
Optional: 18-1/2” x 18-1/2” fusible fleece
Prepare your  yard of fabric by cutting an 18-1/2” x 18-1/2” piece from your background fabric. The remainder of the fabric should be cut in half giving you two 18-1/2” x 21” pieces.

Take the two 18-1/2” x 21” pieces and fold under 1/4″ along the 18-1/2” side of each of those pieces and press. Fold under another 1/4″ and press. Stitch those folded edges using an 1/8” seam allowance. Set aside.

This pattern was designed using the fusible appliqué method, using Lite Steam A Seam II. The letters and images have already been reversed and are ready to be drawn on your fusible product.  Click here to download the letters and strawberry templates.

Once you have drawn the letters and shapes on to your fusible, fuse it to the back side of your fabrics. Cut the letters and shapes, remove any remaining paper and place them on the 18-1/2” x 18-1/2” background fabric. Once you are satisfied with the layout, press into place. Stitch around the edge of each appliqué to hold in place. This stitching can be with a straight stitch, zig zag, blanket, satin or any other decorative stitches that you prefer.

This next step is optional: Fuse an 18-1/2” x 18-1/2” piece of fusible fleece to the back side of the pillow front (the piece with your appliqué shapes). Mark diagonal lines in a 2” grid with your favorite method of removable marking, then stitch on each of those lines.

Making the pillow:

Place the pillow front right side facing up. Place one of the backing pieces we prepared above lining up raw edges, right side facing down with the folded finish edge towards the center. Place the other backing piece, right side down matching up raw edges, with the folded finish edge also towards the center. The two folded finish edges will be over lapped approximately 2”.

Stitch around all 4 sides with 1/4″ seam. Turn pillow right side out, insert pillow form and enjoy!

Do what you Love – Love what you do – LoveQuilting.com

Placentia, CA

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Snowflakes and Quilt Fabric

HAVE  YOU SEEN TOO MANY SNOWFLAKES LATELY?

Of course, we think cold when we think snowflakes, UNLESS they are snowflakes appliqued onto a warm and cozy quilt!  This week we have three snowflake applique templates available for easy download and they’re FREE!  These applique templates can be re-sized for use in any project.  We recommend using the fusible applique method due to the intricacy of the snowflakes.  Click here for our favorite, Lite Steam A Seam II.

Snowflakes

We have a couple of quick projects we’ve put together using the snowflake appliques in varying sizes and colors.

The first project  is made up of 6″ squares of random blue fabrics and then snowflakes appliqued on top.

Snowflake Applique

Check out all our bright wintry blue fabrics by clicking here.

For this next example, we used random sized strips of (warm) red fabric and then scattered snowflakes of varying sizes and colors.  Notice how some of our snowflakes are falling right off the edge?

Snowflake

Check out our selection of red fabrics by clicking here.

WHAT’S ON SALE THIS WEEK?

Who doesn’t love a batik? We have soft blender brush strokes that run in a basket weave pattern, from Hoffman Fabrics.  These make great borders or blender backgrounds that will pull your other fabrics together.

strokes coll

We also have subtle tonal sand dollars that are perfect for apparel or your beach/nautical projects, also from Hoffman Fabrics.

Sand Dollar Coll

How could we not fall in love with the family of orcas in Coastal Bliss by Cantik Batik?

orcas

Be sure to check out all the fun accessories and rulers on sale this week.

Hearts-and-More-Template-Large1

See all the amazing things you can do with this one simple template by clicking here.

Clover Clips

flower powe

Flower Power Quilt Kit by Hoffman Fabrics– Pre-fused, pre laser cut solid cottons, ready for quick assembly.

NEW FREE DOWNLOADABLE PATTERNS AVAILABLE!

Wrap your Valentine in love with Hugs and Kisses Quilt 1 and 2 from Studio E.  Click here for our selection of red and pink fabrics for these projects.

Hugs and Kisses 1 Cover   Hugs and Kisses 2 Cover

For the more modern enthusiast, we have Ocean View and Color Waves.  Click here for our selection of solid/blenders perfect for these projects.

Ocean View Cover Page 001  Color Waves Cover

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Quilt Fabric Snowflake Applique

No two snowflakes are alike, unless of course, they are quilt fabric applique snowflakes.  If you are experiencing cold wintry weather, you may not consider a snowflake something to offer warmth, but if you applique a fabric snowflake onto a quilt, it can be cozy and decorative.

Your quilt fabric snowflake appliques can be any color you desire them to be.  You can create a background with scraps of various sized fabric squares or strips.  Or you can create a landscape background with a sky and ground, perhaps adding some bare trees.  The snowflake appliques can be sparse or dense and can be placed randomly.

In the example below, we used 6-1/2″ squares of blues sewn together in rows with snowflakes in white, appliqued to the quilt top.  For this project we reduced the size of our snowflakes.

Snowflake Applique

In the next example, we used random sized red fabric strips sewn together and added various sized and colors of snowflakes.  Do you love the way we had some of the snowflakes fall right off the edges?!

Snowflake

Either one of these projects would have been quite boring without the added snowflakes.  The techniques above can be used as placemats, pillows or quilted wall hangings.

With the intricate nature of a snowflake, we suggest using the fusible applique method.  This method is achieved through the use of a double sided fusible web such as Lite Steam A Seam II.  The snowflake shape is traced onto the Lite Steam A Seam II.  Then the paper on the side opposite of the tracing is removed and fused to the WRONG side of the snowflake fabric, following the fusing instructions.  Cut out the snowflake shape following your drawn lines.  When you are ready to place your snowflake onto the background, remove the paper and place the snowflake in your desired location.  You can relocate your snowflake until you feel it is in the perfect position, prior to the final fusing.  Once it is perfectly positioned, following the fusing instructions, fuse into place.

At your option, you can stitch around the edge of the snowflake with a straight stitch, zig zag stitch, blanket stitch, satin stitch or any other desired decorative stitch.  We suggest the use of a tear away stabilizer under the stitching area to avoid possible puckers in the fabric.

We have a package of three snowflake appliques available for FREE download, for your use.  These snowflakes can be re-sized to suit your project.  Perhaps they will inspire you to get your paper and paper scissors and start creating your own snowflake templates!

Snowflakes

Click here for your FREE downloadable snowflake applique templates.

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Placentia, CA

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Warm Quilt Fabric

As we all experience our wintry weather, we often think of quilt projects.  Quilts keep us warm and cozy when they are complete, but they also bring warmth and comfort during the construction process as well.

The color palette of your quilt can heat things up even more.  Many of us have heard that the yellows, oranges and reds, or colors of the sun and heat, are the warm colors.  Blues, greens and purples, or colors of water, sky and ice, are the cool colors.

We’ve chosen some of our favorite warm colors to put on sale this week.  These fabrics are HOT, HOT, HOT!, at the HOTTEST prices around!  Turn up the heat in your sewing room this week with these MUST HAVE fabrics!

reds

These Watercolor Batiks by Hoffman Fabrics are just $6.65 per yard this week on sale!  Don’t have a project?  Stock up on backing or add to your stash because these prices are just too good to last!

watercolors

Spin by Windham Fabrics, a fun and bright blender/solid for any project for just $6.99 per yard.  That’s a great bargain!

spin

This week, we also have some of the luxurious Art Gallery Fabrics in the warm color palette on sale for only $7.49 per yard.  These are sure to go fast!

art gallery

What could be HOTTER than the red, orange and yellow fabrics at sale prices?  FREE downloadable patterns to inspire your next project!  Here are some of our favorites:

Red Hot Flashes – it may look complex, but this beginner friendly quilt is made with strip sets, then cut, turned and sewn back together.

Red Hot Flashes

How about Savoy?  Look too challenging?  The trick is in the full size wedge templates included with the pattern, used for cutting.  Would you believe the center is made with just simple strip sets?  Don’t take our word for it, why not give it a whirl and see for yourself?

Savoy

You can check out all our FREE downloadable patterns by clicking here.

Are you looking for a Valentine’s Day project?  Kisses and Hugs, Hugs and Kisses, bring the love to your table with our new X’s and O’s table runner.  Click here for the full illustrated tutorial from this week’s blog.

X and O

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Placentia, CA

 

 

XO Love Quilt Fabric Table Runner

Kisses and Hugs, Hugs and Kisses, X’s and O’s, however you want to say it, Love is in the air with Valentine’s Day right around the corner and this XO Table Runner is sure to bring it to your table too!

xo

Using squares on top of squares and the sew and flip method, we put together this XO Love Table Runner quickly and easily.  No bias seams were involved.

We chose to make our Kisses (X’s) with Stof Quilter’s Rose Red and our Hugs (O’s) with Stof Quilter’s Rose Deep Magenta.  The background is Stof Dotted Circles Cream which offers a gentle shimmer to the project.

Each X and O block is made up of 4 units.  Each unit is constructed as follows:

One 6-1/2″ square of Red

Two 4-1/2″ squares of Cream

On the cream squares, draw a diagonal line corner to corner, shown in red in the picture below.  We also drew a dashed line in blue which will be the cutting line.  You may feel comfortable enough to eliminate drawing the cutting line.

XO3

Lining up the corners right sides together, place one cream square on the red square and sew on the red line.  Cut on the blue line, then press towards the corner.  Place the second square at the opposite corner, sew on the red line and cut on the blue line, and press towards that corner.

XO10

When you cut off your corners, you may want to sew the triangles together and save these half square triangles for a future project – * * just a thought * *.

XO8

Make 4 of these units for each Kiss or “X”, position as shown and sew together the 4 units.

X 1

Repeat the block construction with the deep magenta fabric, but this time position as shown below for the Hug or “O” blocks.

O 1

For our table runner, we used five “X” blocks and five “O” blocks for a finished size of 24″ wide x 60″ long.  Our table runner used 3/4 yard of Stof Quilter’s Rose Red, 3/4 yard of Stof Quilter’s Rose Deep Magenta and 3/4 yard of Stof Dotted Circles Cream.  You may wish to adjust the size of your table runner based on the size of your table, or enlarge this project to be used as a bed runner by adding more X’s and O’s.

Do what you Love – Love what you do – LoveQuilting.com

Placentia, CA

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NEW PRICING ON ALL QUILT FABRIC!

During 2015, we implemented the option to purchase full yard cuts, three-quarter yard cuts, half yard cuts or quarter yard cuts of the fabric you love.  The feedback we received was extremely positive.  As we ring in the New Year and enter into 2016, our third year in business, we want to celebrate our success with you, our loyal customers.

Our goal is to be your “go to” online quilt shop and the website you share with your quilt friends.  In order to achieve that status, we felt FREE shipping on orders over $50, was not good enough.  So, we have gone through our pricing structure and LOWERED all our fabric prices to be some of the most competitive on the world wide web!  Of course, we will still have weekly sales with even lower prices, which will be in the What’s on Sale?! department, so be sure to check back every week.

With our new pricing, over 80% of our fabrics have an every day price that is LESS than $9 per yard!  All our fabrics are high quality quilt cottons produced by the top quilt fabric manufacturers.

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art class

This week we are proud to feature our Art Class collection by Benartex Fabrics.  We love the primary colors in this fun collection of prints.  We couldn’t wait to cut into it and have created a LoveQuilting exclusive to show it off!  Read the FREE step by step tutorial on our blog, by clicking here.

Art Class Love

Another of our featured collections this week is Hidden Cove, by Windham Fabrics.  This collection includes a panel made up of 6″ squares and several coordinates in red, blue, cream and gray.  The coordinates with vintage sea emblems, playfully scattered sea creatures or stripes, also stand out used on their own.  We also have a free downloadable pattern, Botany Bay, created specifically for this collection and a kit available as well.

Hidden Cove Collage

Botany Bay Cover

This week, we are also featuring the musical masterpiece fabrics by Benartex Fabrics, including 2 collections, Concerto and That’s Jazz.

Fat Quarter-Panel Set – Symphony

thats jazz

Whether you’re a musician or music lover, the notes pop right off the fabric.  If you need inspiration we have a couple of free downloadable patterns for your musical taste, Sliding Scales and Hip to the Jive.

sliding_scales

hiptothejive_pattern Cover

We think you’re going to love our new pricing structure.  Be sure to tell your friends where to find some of the best online quilt fabric prices!  Want to save even more?  Spend $100 or more and save $10 off your purchase with coupon code LQBIRTHDAY (coupon valid through 1/11/16).

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Art Class Love Fabric Quilt

Loving this new fabric collection called Art Class, by Benartex Fabrics.  We love the bright primary colors, so we couldn’t wait to cut into it and create this LoveQuilting.com exclusive pattern!

 

Art Class Love

Finished Size: 44” x 56”

Fabric Requirements and Cutting Instructions:

WOF = Width of Fabric

Fabric 1 – Crayons Focal Print 1/4 Yard: Cut Two (2) 6-1/2” x WOF; Subcut Twelve (12) 6-1/2” x 6-1/2” Squares

Fabric 2 – Art Supplies Focal Print 1/4 Yard: Cut Two (2) 6-1/2” x WOF; Subcut Twelve (12) 6-1/2” x 6-1/2” Squares

Fabric 3 – Rainbow1/2 Yard:  Cut Ten (10) 1-1/2” x WOF

Subcut Six (6) 1-1/2” x 30”

Subcut Two (2) 1-1/2” x 44”

Subcut Two (2) 1-1/2” x 42”

Subcut Four (4) 1-1/2” x 6-1/2”

Fabric 4 – Primary Colors Plaid on Black 1/2 Yard: Cut Three (3) 4-1/2” x WOF; Subcut Three (3) 4-1/2” x 30”

Fabric 5 – Paint Wells on Black1 Yard: Cut Four (4) 6-1/2” x WOF

Subcut Two (2) 6-1/2” x 42”

Subcut Two (2) 6-1/2” x 30”

Fabric 6 – Red1/4 Yard:  Cut Twenty (20) 3-1/2” x 3-1/2”

Fabric 7 – Yellow1/4 Yard:  Cut Twenty (20) 3-1/2” x 3-1/2”

Fabric 8 – Green1/4 Yard:  Cut Twenty (20) 3-1/2” x 3-1/2”

Fabric 9 – Blue1/4 Yard:  Cut Twenty (20) 3-1/2” x 3-1/2”

Binding – 1/2 Yard of any of the above fabrics

Block Construction:

Mark a diagonal line corner to corner on the back of each 3-1/2” x 3-1/2” square of fabric 6, 7, 8 and 9. Place a yellow square on top left corner of a Fabric 1 – Crayons square. Sew on drawn line. Cut 1/4″ away from block, from sewn line. Press remainder of yellow fabric away from Crayons fabric. Repeat the steps above with a yellow square on the top right corner of the Crayons square; and a green square on each the bottom left and right corners of the Crayons square.

art11

art12

Make a total of 20 blocks as follows:

With Fabric 1 – Crayons focal print:

3 with Red on top and Yellow on bottom

2 with Yellow on top and Green on bottom

3 with Green on top and Blue on bottom

2 with Blue on top and Red on bottom

With Fabric 2 – Art Supplies focal print:

2 with Red on top and Yellow on bottom

3 with Yellow on top and Green on bottom

2 with Green on top and Blue on bottom

3 with Blue on top and Red on bottom

Row 1 Red on top Yellow on bottom, sew blocks together starting and ending with Crayons focal print and alternating Crayons with Art Supplies.

Row 2 Yellow on top Green on bottom, sew blocks together starting and ending with Art Supplies focal print and alternating Art Supplies with Crayons.

Row 3 Green on top Blue on bottom, sew blocks together starting and ending with Crayons focal print and alternating Crayons with Art Supplies.

Row 4 Blue on top Red on bottom, sew blocks together starting and ending with Art Supplies focal print and alternating Art Supplies with Crayons.

art6

Strata:

Sew one 30” Fabric 3 (Rainbow) strip to the top and one to the bottom of 1 Fabric 4 (Primary Colors Plaid on Black). Press towards the Primary Colors Plaid on Black. Make 3 of these strata.

art5

Attach one strata set to the bottom of row 1, one to the bottom of row 2 and one to the bottom of row 3.

art7

Sew rows together – Row 1, 2, 3 and 4.

art8

Sew one 42” Fabric 3 (Rainbow) strip to one 42” Fabric 5 (Paint Wells on Black). Make 2 of these. Attach one of these strip sets to each side of the blocks with the Rainbow fabric on the block side and the Paint Wells on Black facing away from the center.

Sew one Fabric 3 (Rainbow) 6-1/2” strip to one side of remaining focal fabric 6-1/2” squares. Make 4 of these. Sew one of these to each side of the remaining Paint Wells on Black 30” strips with the focal fabric on the outside.

art9

Attach these borders to top and bottom of the quilt.

art10

Quilt as desired, bind and enjoy!

We have kits available for all fabrics for the top, borders and binding.  Click here to get yours today!

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