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Today’s setting choice is by Anne of Sweet Grass Designs.
This post is part of our summer quilt-along series. Locate the remaining articles by clicking here.
|Fabric A||Setting||2.5 yds*|
|Fabric B||Binding||.75 yds|
|Fabric C||Backing||4.5 yds|
*Yardage for setting only. This does not include fabric for the block backgrounds. If you would like to use the exact same fabric for both, I would buy another 2.5 – 3 yards. This ’s probably far more than you will actually want, but it’s my “best guess. ”
This very simple setting utilizes twenty 12.5″ blocks. Instead of a traditional sashed setting, I’ve designed this top in vertical rows, staggered just a little bit to create the effect of a softly ocean wave.
The largest challenge in this setting is that the cutting, because instead of cutting strips throughout the width of the fabric (selvedge to selvedge), you’re going to cut long lengthwise (parallel to the selvedge edge) strips. And so, I suggest that you NOT use a directional fabric. You’ll have to fold your cloth twice before trimming, so be sure those folds are parallel to each other so that you don’t end up using “doglegs” in your strips. If you are a beginning quilter, then you might wish to have a more experienced quilter assist you with this.
The first thing you may do is cut your fabric lengthwise, along the fold. This will give you two pieces which are 90″ long and approximately 21-22″ wide. Set one half aside. Trim the other to 82.5″ long. Fold in half, and in half again. Make sure those folded edges are parallel to each other.
Set these aside.
Here’s a diagram of the cutting:
Assembly is straightforward. Lay out your blocks in four vertical rows, with five blocks in each row. Sew the rows together, with 2.5″ x 12.5″ sashing strips between the blocks.
Rows #1 and #3 have a 10.5″ x 12.5″ rectangle near the peak of the row plus a 4.5″ x 12.5″ strip at the base of the row.
Each row should measure 82.5″ long. Otherwise, they ought to at least be close enough to the same length which you could fudge it. You can figure out the average length of the four rows, and trimming your 82.5″ strips to this length.
Sew the 4.5″ x 82.5″ strips to the outside edges.
To piece the backing, cut two 8.5″ x ray of Cloth (WOF) strips. Trim the selvedge finishes and set the strips end to end. Trim to 70. Put aside. Cut on the fabric into two 70″ x WOF pieces. Reduce the selvedge edges. Sew the 4.5″ x 70″ strip between the two 70″ x WOF pieces. Your backing should measure 70″ x approx. 88″.
Layer quilt top, batting and backing.
This quilt finishes in 63″ x 82″.
Within the course of the next few months, you’re likely to get 25 12.5″ quilt block patterns. So what are you going to do with all the five cubes you have leftover if you choose this setting plan? My strategy would be to make!
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