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We fell in love with the new Sparkle Blender Collection and knew it needed to be made into a quilt! This quilt is made for a crib size but can easily be increased. A great fast & easy quilt for beginners or a quick gift for a new baby!

Materials

All fabrics are from our Sparkle Blender Collection.

Fabric A

Fog – 1.1m

Fabric B

Turquoise – 0.8m

*Includes binding

Fabric C

Charcoal – 0.3m

Fabric D

Teal – 0.3m

Fabric E

Grey – 0.3m

Fabric F

Sapphire – 0.3m

Fabric G

Steel – 1.5m

Backing Fabric

Cutting Instructions

Please note all strips are cut across the width of fabric (WOF) selvedge to selvedge unless otherwise noted.

From Fabric A cut:
(5) 8″xWOF strips. Sub-cut (27) 8″x7″ rectangles.

From Fabric B, E & F cut:
(1) 8″xWOF strips Sub-cut (5) 8″x7″ rectangles.

From Fabric C & D cut:
(1) 8″xWOF strips. Sub-cut (6) 8″x7″

Sewing Instructions

Download our free instructions for detailed sewing instructions.

Block Assembly

A/B Block

Place (1) A right sides together with (1) B

Rotate B clockwise until the top left-hand corner meets the top right-hand corner of A

Draw a diagonal line corner to corner and stitch 1/4″ on either side

Cut down the middle and press open. Trim rectangle to 7 1/2″ x 6 1/2″. Repeat until have (3) A/B.

B/A Block

Place (1) A right sides together with (1) B

Rotate B counter clockwise until the top right-hand corner meets the top left-hand corner of A

Draw a diagonal line corner to corner and stitch 1/4″ on either side

Cut down the middle and press open. Trim rectangle to 7 1/2″ x 6 1/2″. Repeat until have (5) B/A.

Repeat the previous steps until you have:

(4) A/C (7) C/A
(6) A/D (5) D/A
(6) A/E (3) E/A
(5) A/F (4) F/A

Follow the above file for row assembly. Choose your quilting stitch to complete your quilt. Back and bind as desired!

This quilt is a great change-up from the typical square blocks
We also go the baby stamp of approval!

Celebrate National Sewing Month with a scissor pouch! This easy to make DIY will keep your scissors safe and secure and you will always know where to find them.

Materials

  • Main Fabric: 0.3m
  • Lining Fabric: 0.3m
  • Fusible Fleece: 0.3m
  • Thread

Instructions

  1. Download our free pouch pattern, cut out and tape together joining the black dots.
  1. Use the pattern to cut out
     1 x main fabric
     1 x lining
     1 x fusible fleece

3. Attach your fusible fleece to the wrong side of your lining, either by pressing or basting stitch.

4. Lay your main fabric piece and lining fabric piece right sides together, pin in place and stitch around with 1/4″ seam allowance, leaving a 3” gap to turn right side out.

5. Clip and notch your corners and curves. Turn your pouch right side out and press.

6. Edge stitch around the full pouch making sure to close the gap.

7. Following the numbers on the pattern fold 2 on top of 1, Fold 3 on top of 2, Fold 4 on top of 3, pin in place.

8. Topstitch the sides and bottom to secure.

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