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designed by Amy Friend of duringquiettime.blogspot.com This quilt uses a traditional block called the Indian Hatchet Album block, in recent years referred to as a Siggie Block. In the absence of signatures and some careful planning of the fabric layout, the blocks appear to be bows. So I am calling this layout Baby Bows. I heavily quilted the negative space so let the bows pop. Supplies:
Prints - 8 Fat Quarters of the LillyBelle collection by Bari J, Warm Sunset Colorway:
Garden Rocket Ruby
Vintage Fence Honey
Henna Stripe Grey
Belle Vines Oasis
Background/Neutral - 3/4 Yards White Linen
Backing - 1 Yard
Binding - 1/2 Yard - Spiceberry
Finished Quilt Dimensions - 36" x 36"
This quilt can be pieced using templates or foundation piecing. I have supplied patterns for both.
When printing your pattern pieces, make sure you choose "actual size" or "100% scale" so that your blocks are the right size. They should measure 6" finished.
If you are precutting using templates, you will need to cut the following:
Garden Rocket Ruby - 9 from template A
Flowerpop Sweet - 9 from template A
Henna Stripe Grey - 6 from template A
Moire Buttercup - 9 from template A
Rattan Blush - 9 from template A
Vintage Fence Honey - 12 from template A
Lacis Spiceberry - 6 from template A
Belle Vines Oasis - 12 from template A
White Linen - 36 from template B
Assemble your blocks following the layout on page 3 for proper fabric placement.
Simply sew sections A to B along the diagonal and press seams out toward sections A.
Baby Bows Quilt Layout
Baby Bows Block
Pattern for "Baby Bows Block" as 10.000 by 10.000 (inches) block, printed from EQ7!
Baby Bows Block
Key Block (29/100 actual size)
Templates for "Baby Bows Block" as 12.000 by 12.000 (inches) block, printed from EQ7!
Baby Bows Quilt directions Baby Bows foundation 1 Baby Bows templates