|This one is for my grandson Teddy. Finished in time for his 1st birthday. I had started many quilts for him, but they none suited my daughter, so was glad to get this one completed. It has flannel baseball fabric on the back.|
|This one is for Ezra, new grand baby of my coworker.|
|Ready for binding with cool diagonal plaid in navy and white. Backed with baby blue flannel checks.|
98 Charm Squares (You can use a charm pack or two and pull some stash fabrics and cut into 5 inch squares)
Lay out on point (row 1, one square; row 2, three squares; row 3, five squares; row 4, seven squares; row 5, nine squares; row 6, eleven squares; row 7, thirteen squares
For a rectangle quilt, row 8, will also have 13 squares and then you'll decrease each row down to the next odd number (11, 9, 7, 5, 3, 1) of squares.
For a square quilt, row 8 will start decreasing (11, 9, 7, 5, 3, 1) squares.
You'll need 26 Setting triangles
(6) 7 3/4" squares cut diagonally twice
(1) 5 1/2" square cut diagonally once
You'll need 4 Corner Square triangles Cut one 6 1/4" square and cut diagonally twice
|Lay out squares in a pleasing formation|
Remember as you sew, to make sure each section has a straight edge for assembling later.