Woven Lines Quilt

Join is in the magical world of Unicorns with this floral, glitter and unicorn collection! Unicorn Springs is a beautiful collection detailed with pretty unicorns and elegant flowers. We used this to create the Woven Lines quilt, perfect for an intermediate quilter.

Free Pattern

Materials

Finished Size:

Fabric A

Shadowplay – Viola – 2.5m

Fabric B

Unicorn Spring – 16143-White – 0.5m

Fabric C

Unicorn Spring – 16147-Lilac – 0.5m

Fabric D

Unicorn Spring – 16144-Aqua – 0.8m

Fabric E

Unicorn Spring – 16148-Purple – 0.5m

  • Backing – Wide Width Cotton – 1.4m
  • Binding – Unicorn Spring – 16148-Purple – 0.4m

Cutting Instructions

From Fabric A cut:

(2) 67/8″ x WOF strips. Sub cut:
(8) 67/8″ x 67/8″ squares
(6) 63/8″ x WOF strips. Sub cut:
(33) 63/8″ x 63/8″ squares
(7) 51/2″ x WOF strips. Sub cut:
(49) 51/2″ x 51/2″ squares

From Fabric B cut:

(1) 67/8″ x WOF strips. Sub cut:
(2) 67/8″ x 67/8″ squares
(2) 63/8″ x WOF strips. Sub cut:
(12) 63/8″ x 63/8″ squares

From Fabric C cut:

(1) 67/8″ x WOF strips. Sub cut:
(3) 67/8″ x 67/8″ squares
(2) 63/8″ x WOF strips. Sub cut:
(12) 63/8″ x 63/8″ squares

From Fabric D cut:

(1) 67/8″ x WOF strips. Sub cut:
(2) 67/8″ x 67/8″ squares
(3) 63/8″ x WOF strips. Sub cut:
(14) 63/8″ x 63/8″ squares

From Fabric E cut:

(1) 67/8″ x WOF strips. Sub cut:
(3) 67/8″ x 67/8″ squares
(2) 63/8″ x WOF strips. Sub cut:
(11) 63/8″ x 63/8″ squares

Blocks

Half Square Triangles

1. Place (1) 6 3/8″ A, right sides together with (1) 6 3/8″ B.

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

3. Cut down the middle and press open. Trim to 5 1/2″ squares.

Repeat steps 1-3 until you have:
(14) A/B Use (13)
(18) A/C
(18) A/D
(16) A/E Use (15)

Split Quarter Square Triangles

4. Place (1) 6 3/8″ B, right sides together with (1) 6 3/8″ A/B.

5. Draw a diagonal line corner to corner, perpendicular to the seam of A/B, and stitch 1/4″ on either side.

6. Cut down the middle and press open. Trim to 5 1/2″ Squares.

Repeat steps 4-6, referring to figures1-10 above for fabric identification and placement to make the designated number of split quarter square triangles.

*Note: not all SQST will be used.

Quilt Layout

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