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Easy as 4...5...6

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Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should be able to sew a consistent 1/4 seam allowance.
  • Rotary cutting skills are required.

Pattern Description:

Easy as 4...5...6!

3 Fast, fun and easy quilts that can be made in a day.

Happy Quilting!
Barb and Mary
Me and My Sister Designs

This pattern will print 8 pattern pages.

*all rights reserved, for personal use only, copying of any kind is prohibited.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Easy as 4...41 x 41 inches
  • Easy as 5...42 x 57 1/2 inches
  • Easy as 6...44 1/2 x 53 1/2 inches

Materials:

  • Easy as 4
  • 36, 5 x 5 - inch squares* or 10, fat quarters**
  • 1/2 yard black print for block corners and second border
  • 1 yard turquoise print for first and third borders
  • 3/8 yard turquoise print for binding
  • 3 yards of fabric for backing
  • Easy as 5
  • 1/4 yard each dark pink, turquoise, and purple print
  • 3/8 yard each medium pink, turquoise, and purple floral
  • 1/2 yard black stripe
  • 1/2 yard black stripe for binding
  • 3 3/4 yards of fabric for backing
  • Easy as 6
  • 20, 10 x 10 - inch squares*** or 10, 1/3 yards
  • 1/3 yard stripe for blocks
  • 1/3 yard dark pink print for first border
  • 5/8 yard black print for second border
  • 1/2 yard pink stripe for binding
  • 3 1/2 yards of fabric for backing
  • * 42, 5 x 5 - inch squares are known as Moda Charm Squares TM
  • ** a fat quarter is an 18 x 21 - inch cut of fabric
  • *** 42, 10 x 10 - inch squares are known as a Moda Layer Cake TM
  • When not using precut fabric packets...adding extra scraps will give your quilt more variety.

You Will Also Need:

  • Basic sewing tools
  • Rotary cutter, ruler and mat
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$10.00

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