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Every Which Way


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I totally love Arrows, and when my oldest daughter asked for a quilt we looked a whole day through different blocks and no one appealed to her. So I sat down and draw what came to my mind, and here is it - Every Which Way. This block will be turned 90 and you get, depending on the placement a wonderful x or o effect. This pattern includes: easy instructions, coloring sheet, instructions for a pieced quilt top and quilting instructions. block size: 12 Materials needed: Crib Size (48 x 60) * 1/2 yard total green prints * 1/2 yard total yellow prints * 1/2 yard total red prints * 2 1/4 yards white solid for background * 1/2 yard binding fabric * 2 2/3 yards backing fabric * 52 x 64 piece of batting Lap Size (60 x 72) * 2/3 yard total green prints * 2/3 yard total yellow prints * 1 yard total red prints * 3 3/8 yards white solid for background * 1/2 yard binding fabric * 3 3/8 yards backing fabric * 64 x 76 piece of batting Twin Size (72 x 84) * 1 yard total green prints * 1 yard total yellow prints * 1 3/8 yard total red prints * 5 yards white solid for background * 1/2 yard binding fabric * 4 1/2 yards backing fabric * 76 x 88 piece of batting No part of this pattern may be copied or reproduced in any form without written consent. Thank you! Share your finished quilt with me and other quilters. Just share pictures of your finished quilt on instagram with the following hashtag: #cpeverywhichway or #piecedwithlovexoxo BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Sew a 1/4" seam basic quilting basic rotary cutting SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Crib 48" x 60" Lap 60" x 72" Twin 72" x 84"

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Pieced With Love xoxo
Pieced With Love xoxo
Im a stay at home mom with 3 little girls (Amelie 6, Enya 3 & Ida 1 month old). I started quilting 6 years ago. I totally love the whole quilt making process, from designing my patterns and making them into beautiful quilts, everyone treasures in my family. If you want to see what Im currently working on, pop over to my blog: