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Stars and Stripes Flag Quilt

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Hi Bakers!  I am Lisa Jo Girodat of Neverlandstiches and am so excited to be back on Moda Bakeshop to discuss this new quilt pattern.

I have a confession to make…I like history!  I am such a geek! I love anything related to background I’m addicted to displays like Vikings, The Last Kingdom, Knight Fall, anything related to the American Revolution or Civil War.  I listen to the soundtrack from Hamilton at least once every week.  As soon as I saw the gorgeous new set by the French General, Viva Le France that I couldn’t resist creating a quilt, which could represent an American Flag. I just love this collection provides versions of blues and reds so I could make nearly a gradient/worn effect.

I’m rating this quilt as Moderate only due to the quarter square triangles from the Ohio Stars and those used at the top segments of the sashing.

This quilt finishes at 73″ x 80″.

4 yards of Moda Bella 9900-60 Ivory for background fabric ( This neutral strong as totally dreamy and my absolute new favorite!! I you’ve tried it, I highly encourage you to snag several yards)

5 1/2  yards backing fabric I used 13831-14 from the Vive La France collection
1 yards binding fabric {I used 13830-16 in the Vive La France collection


Your Treasured neutral piecing thread
A rotatory cutter, mat and ruler
Your favourite 3 1/2 inch and 5 1/2 HST rulers

Before you start:

Read the entire pattern before you begin so that you might plan out which materials you wish to use in the various sections. (A preparation colour sheet could be downloaded from my site ):

  • All seams are a genuine quarter inch
  • Fabrics were squirt starched before cutting
  • Seams were all pressed into the darker fabrics
  • indefinitely, I sew and cut one part at a time to keep order in my messy sewing room and to get a sense of accomplishment.

There are 3 basic block used in this quilt:

  • Ohio Star
  • Churn Dash
  • Nine Patch

The blocks should be trimmed to 9 1/2 inches so that they complete in 9″.

Making 15 Blue Ohio Stars.

(15) – 3 1/2 inch squares of light blue prints to the centers (b)

(30) – 4 1/2 inch squares of the dark blue prints for your QSTs (c)

(30) – 4 1/2 inch squares of background fabric for your QST’s (d)

To build each Ohio Star you will need:

(1) 3/1/2 inch square of a mild blue print fabric for the center

(2) – 4 1/2 inch squares of dark blue print cloth for the QSTs

Making the QST’s:

Make your QSTs using a 4 1/2  inch square of desktop and 4 1/2 inch square of dark blue print.

You will need 4 QST’s for each Ohio celebrity, therefore you’ll need to do this twice for each Ohio Star.

Place your two squares side together.

Draw a diagonal line on the back part of your background fabric.

Stitch 1/4 inch on all sides of the line.

Cut on the drawn line.

Press your two squares open.

Put the two HSTs along with one another, right sides together with the blue in addition to the white.

Draw a diagonal line across the rear, opposite of your seam.

Stitch 1/4 inch on each side of the line.

Cut on the line.

Press your two squares open

Reduce 3 1/2 inch square

Note: my dear friend and fellow Bakeshop Chef, Christine Weld, has a wonderful building blocks tutorial about making quarter square triangles here.

Assemble you Ohio Star blocks as shown in the diagram:

Reduce you block into 9 1/2 inches.

Creating 12 Red Nine Patch Blocks:

(48) 3 1/2 inch squares of background or low quantity prints in the FQB (a)

(48) 3 1/2 inch squares of red prints (b)

(12) 3 1/2 inch squares of various prints with light red from the FQB for the centers of the Nine patch cubes (c)

To create each nine-patch block pick and design:

(4) 3 1/2″ dark red print squares

(4) 3 1/2″ squares of background/low volumes.

Organize in three rows of 3.

Sew the squares together to constitute the rows. Press the seams towards the darker squares.

Sew the rows together to make a nine-patch.

Reduce the block to 9 1/2″.

Making 13 Churn Dash Blocks:

(26) – 4 inch squares of desktop for HSTs (a)

(26) – 4 inch squares of red print cloths for HSTs. (e)

(13) 3 1/2 inch squares of different light prints or low volumes from the FQB for the centers (b)

(52) 2 inch x 3 1/2 inch rectangles of reddish prints (c)

To assemble each Churn Dash you may need:

(2) – 4 inch squares of background fabric for HSTs (a)

(2) – 4 inch squares of red print fabrics for HSTs. (e)

(1) 3 1/2 inch squares of different light prints or non volumes in the FQB for the centers (b)

Making the HSTs:

Each Churn Dash wants 4 HSTs.

Draw a diagonal line on the rear of the four inch squares of background fabric.

Put the 4 inch square of background fabric on top of the reddish 4 inch square of red print fabric (right sides together).

Stitch 1/4″ on both sides of the line.

Cut on the line.

Press both squares open.

Trim to 3 1/2 inches square.

Build the 13 Churn Dash blocks as shown:

All these 5 1/2″ x 9 1/2 inch blocks will be used as sashing between the columns of Ohio Stars.

(24) – 5 1/2 inch x 2 1/2 inch rectangles of blue cloths

(6) – 6 1/4 inch squares of background fabric

(6) – 6 1/4 inch squares of different blue print fabrics

Utilize one one 6 1/4 inch square of background fabric and one 6 1/4 inch square of blue print cloth to make 2 QSTs are instructed above in the Ohio Star block section. Tese QSTs should be trimmed to 5 1/2 inches.

As soon as you have (12) 5 1/2 inch QSTs finish, Sew a 5 1/2 inch by 2 1/2 inch rectangle on the top and bottom of QST along the background edges.

Cut 4 stripes of background at 5 1/2 inches x 45 1/2 inches (piece as required ) to be used as sashing from the red stripes section of the quilt.

Begin assembling your quilt as shown in the drawing below:

Cut (8) 2 1/2 inch from WOF strips of background fabric and sew onto a background boarder around the quilt top.

To create the piano crucial boarder, utilize the remainder of the FQB and cut 2 1/2 inch bits of blue and red prints in varying lengths and sew the 2 1/2 inch sides together to boarder the quilt.  Should you’d love to get fancy attempt to maintain the blue bits toward the best Ohio Stars and the reddish scrap close to the red stripes.

Quilt with your favorite financing and batting and bind using your favourite method.

This quilt finishes in 73″ x 80″.

I quilted my quilt using a fun panto named Star Spangled.  I think it’s extremely suitable for this quilt.

Following the quilt was washed & dried it’s prepared to snuggle with or my personal favorite, sleep beneath it.

If you make this quilt tag me on Instagram or discuss it on the Moda Bakeshop Facebook group as I would really like to see your version.

Lisa Jo Girodat

Neverlandstitches

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