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Pretty, soft, playful and innocent are the words that describe this Rosey Quilt. Sweet little roses, floral paisleys, cherry blossoms rendered in gentle reds, blues and pinks make this quilt feel both fresh and cheerful. This beautiful quilt is perfect for a girl's bedroom or a living room.

Rosey Quilt

Materials

  • Featured fabric is FreeSpirit Rosey by Tanya Whelan:

¼ yard (0.23m) Fabric A Polka Dot Blue (PWTW061.Teal)
½ yard (0.46m) Fabric B Large Bouquet White(PWTW064.
Ivory)
¼ yard (0.23m) Fabric C Tossed Roses Pink (PWTW062.
Pink)
¼ yard (0.23m) Fabric D Lattice Green (PWTW066.Green)
¼ yard (0.23m) Fabric E Plaid Blue (PWTW067.Teal)
¼ yard (0.23m) Fabric F- Paisley Green (PWTW063.Green)
¼ yard (0.23m) Fabric G Lattice Pink (PWTW066.Pink)
¼ yard (0.23m) Fabric H Polka Dot Green (PWTW061.
Green)
¼ yard (0.23m) Fabric I Paisley Blue (PWTW063.Teal)
¼ yard (0.23m) Fabric J Large Bouquet Blue (PWTW064.
Teal)
¼ yard (0.23m) Fabric K Plaid Green (PWTW067.Green)
¾ yard (0.69m) Fabric L Polka Dot Pink (PWTW061.Pink)
¼ yard (0.23m) Fabric M Tossed Roses White (PWTW062.
Ivory)
¼ yard (0.23m) Fabric N Tossed Bouquet Green
(PWTW065.Green)
½ yard (0.46m) Fabric O Plaid Pink (PWTW067.Pink)
3 yards (2.74m) Backing Your Choice

  • Coordinating Coats & Clark Dual Duty XP® all-purpose thread

Cutting

Fabric A- Polka Dot – Blue (PWTW061.Teal)

  • Cut one 4 ½” (11.43cm) x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into four 4 ½” (11.43cm) x 7 ½” (19.05cm) strips.

Fabric B- Large Bouquet – White(PWTW064.Ivory)

  • Cut one 4 ½” (11.43cm) x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into four 4 ½” (11.43cm) x 8 ½” (21.59cm) strips.
  • Cut one 7 ½” (19.05cm) x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into four 7 ½” (19.05cm) x 8 ½” (21.59cm) strips.

Fabric C- Tossed Roses – Pink (PWTW062.Pink)

  • Cut one 5 ½” (13.97cm) x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into four 5 ½’ (13.97cm) squares.

Fabric D- Lattice – Green (PWTW066.Green)

  • Cut one 3 ½’ (8.89cm) x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into four 3 ½” (8.89cm) x 8 ½” (21.59cm) strips.

Fabric E- Plaid – Blue (PWTW067.Teal)

  • Cut one 3 ½” (8.89cm) x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into four 3 ½” (8.89cm) x 5 ½” (13.97cm) strips.

Fabric F- Paisley – Green (PWTW063.Green)

  • Cut one 5 ½” (13.97cm) x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into four 4 ½” (11.43cm) x 5 ½” (13.97cm) strips and four 3 ½” (8.89cm) x 5 ½” (13.97cm) strips.

Fabric G- Lattice – Pink (PWTW066.Pink)

  • Cut one 4 ½” (11.43cm) x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into four 4 ½” (11.43cm) squares.

Fabric H- Polka Dot – Green (PWTW061.Green)

  • Cut one 4 ½” (11.43cm) x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into four 4 ½” (11.43cm) x 8 ½” (21.59cm) strips.

Fabric I- Paisley – Blue (PWTW063.Teal)

  • Cut one 5 ½” (13.97cm) x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into four 5 ½” (13.97cm) x 8 ½” (21.59cm) strips.

Fabric J- Large Bouquet – Blue (PWTW064.Teal)

  • Cut one 3 ½” (8.89cm) x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into four 3 ½” (8.89cm) x 6 ½” (16.51cm) strips.

Fabric K- Plaid – Green (PWTW067.Green)

  • Cut one 3 ½” (8.89cm) x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into four 3 ½” (8.89cm) squares.

Fabric L- Polka Dot – Pink (PWTW061.Pink)

  • Cut one 5 ½” (13.97cm) x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into four 5 ½” (13.97cm) x 6 ½” (16.51cm) strips.
  • Cut three 3 ½” (8.89cm) x WOF strips. Sew the strips together, end-to-end, and cut two 3 ½” (8.89cm) x 48 ½” (123.19cm) strips.
  • Cut two 3 ½” (8.89cm) x 42 ½” (107.95cm) strips.

Fabric M- Tossed Roses – White (PWTW062.Ivory)

  • Cut one 4 ½” (11.43cm) x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into four 4 ½” (11.43cm) x 9 ½” (24.13cm) strips.

Fabric N- Tossed Bouquet – Green (PWTW065.Green)

  • Cut two 3 ½” (8.89cm) x WOF strips. Sub-cut the strips into four 3 ½” (8.89cm) x 12 ½” (31.75cm) strips.

Fabric O- Plaid – Pink (PWTW067.Pink)

  • Cut five 2 ½” (6.35cm) x WOF strips for the binding.

Backing- Your Choice

  • Cut two 50” (127.00cm) x WOF strips. Piece the strips together and trim to make one 50” (127.00cm) x 62” (157.48cm) backing piece.

Instructions
Note: Seam allowances are 1/4” (.64cm) unless stated otherwise. WOF means Width of Fabric.

Block Assembly

  1. Follow Figure 1 and sew one 3 ½” (8.89cm) x 8 ½” (21.59cm) Fabric D strip, one 3 ½” (8.89cm) x 5 ½” (13.97cm) Fabric E strip, one 5 ½” (13.97cm) Fabric C square, one 4 ½” (11.43cm) x 8 ½” (8.89cm) Fabric B strip, one 4 ½” (11.43cm) x 7 ½” (19.05cm) Fabric A strip and one 4 ½” (11.43cm) x 5 ½” (13.97cm) Fabric F strip together to make one Block One (Fig. 1). Repeat to make four Block Ones total.

Figure 1

  1. Follow Figure 2 and sew one 7 ½” (19.05cm) x 8 ½” (21.59cm) Fabric B strip, one 5 ½” (13.97cm) x 8 ½” (21.59cm) Fabric I strip, one 4 ½” (11.43cm) Fabric G square and one 4 ½” (11.43cm) x 8 ½” (21.59cm) Fabric H strip together to make one Block Two (Fig. 2). Repeat to make four Block Twos total.

Figure 2

Follow Figure 3 and sew one 3 ½” (8.89cm) x 6 ½” (16.51cm) Fabric J strip, one 3 ½” (8.89cm) Fabric K square, one 3 ½” (8.89cm) x 5 ½” (13.97cm) Fabric F strip, one 5 ½” (13.97cm) x 6 ½” (16.51cm) Fabric L strip, one 4 ½” (11.43cm) x 9 ½” (24.13cm) Fabric M strip and one 3 ½” (8.89cm) x 12 ½” (31.75cm) Fabric N strip together to make one Block Three (Fig. 3). Repeat to make four Block Threes total.
Figure 3

Quilt Assembly

Rosey Quilt Layout

  1. Refer to the quilt layout for block orientation to sew one Block One, one Block Two and one Block Three together to make Row One. Repeat to make Row Three.
     
  2. Refer to the quilt layout for block orientation to sew one Block Three, one Block One and one Block Two together, in that order, to make Row Two.
     
  3. Refer to the quilt layout for block orientation to sew one Block Two, one Block Three and one Block One together, in that order, to make Row Three.
     
  4. Refer to the quilt layout for block orientation to sew the four rows together, in numerical order, to make the quilt top.
     
  5. Sew 3 ½” (8.89cm) x 48 ½” (123.19cm) Fabric L strip to each side of the quilt top. Sew one 3 ½” (8.89cm) x 42 ½” (107.95cm) Fabric L strip to the top and bottom of the quilt top.
     
  6. Layer and quilt as desired.
     
  7. Sew the five 2 ½” (6.35cm) x WOF Fabric O strips together, end to end, with 45º seams to make the binding. Fold this long strip in half lengthwise with wrong sides together and press.
     
  8. Bind as desired.

 

 

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