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Sand Drift Quilt

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The Sand Drift quilt pattern is inspired by Native American style. The colors are warm and natural. I used Arizona (April Rhodes) fabric line by Art Gallery Fabrics. The striking geometric pattern really catches the eye, and keeps it moving throughout the quilt with a secondary star pattern and connecting flying geese. The quilt is bordered with quarter square triangles. Make the quilt in three sizes, throw (60" x 60"), full (80" x 80"), and queen (100" x 100"). Also, one Sand Drift block makes a wonderful matching pillow measuring 20" square (finished). The block is simple to make, and I have included several tips to make the quilt creation even easier. There are a total of eight pages of pattern instructions, fully and professionally illustrated. There is also a coloring page included so you can audition your own fabrics. Enjoy! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Accurate rotary cutting Basic piecing Basic quilting Quilt finishing (i.e. binding) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Throw, 60" x 60" Full, 80" x 80" Queen, 100" x 100"

Recommended with this pattern

  • Throw (60" x 60"): Fabric A - 1 1/2 yards; Fabric B - 1/2 yard; Fabric C - 2 1/2 yards; Fabric D - 3/4 yard; Fabric E - 1/4 yard
  • Queen (100" x 100"): Fabric A - 3 1/4 yards; Fabric B - 1 1/2 yards; Fabric C - 4 1/2 yards; Fabric D - 2 1/4 yards; Fabric E - 1/2 yard
  • Full (80" x 80"): Fabric A - 2 1/4 yards; Fabric B - 1 yard; Fabric C - 3 1/2 yards; Fabric D - 1 1/2 yards; Fabric E - 3/8 yard

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Good Golly Ginger
Good Golly Ginger
I am a wife and mother of two ginger girls. I'm a quilt pattern designer and longarm quilter. I blog at http://www.goodgollyginger.blogspot.com.