Dice and Splice Flag Quilt

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Dice and Splice Flag Quilt Pattern


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Home Decor


Wall Hanging

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should know how to operate your sewing machine

Pattern Description:

Dice and Splice Flag Quilt is a fun quilt as you go project! The blocks are constructed as you quilt. Works well in either bright red, white and blue, or in a more subdued Americana scheme. It can be a wall hanging or a table topper. Perfect for the 4th of July! It does have raw edges, so there are some loose threads hanging about, but that is part of the folk art charm!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Finished size is 30 inches wide by 20 inches tall


  • Blue- a long quarter or a FQ
  • Red- 1/3 yard
  • White- 1/3 yard
  • Batting- leftovers should work, stay away from fat batts and 100% poly
  • Binding- a quarter yard
  • Backing - 3/4 yard of one fabric, or 1/2 yard each of two different prints

You Will Also Need:

  • Sewing machine that can sew with a zig zag stitch. A walking foot is helpful, but don't buy one if you don't have one, just use your regular zig zag foot.
  • Red, blue and/or white thread (or a variegated red, white and blue thread)
  • Rotary cutter, square up ruler, 12x6 ruler and mat

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About Designer

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I love knitting, quilting, photography, reading and cooking. Living in the middle of nowhere with my sweetie and two cute puppy dogs.

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