1 candy bar (35—2 1/2” x 5”rectangles)
1/8 yard slate blue
1/4 yard cream solid
1/3 yard red stop border
1/2 yard outer border
Cut each candy bar rectangle in half resulting in 35 pairs of 2 1/2” x 2 1/2” squares.
Cut three 3” x width of fabric strips.
Cross-cut the strips into 3” x 3” squares; for a total of 29 squares.
Contrasting fabric (slate blue):
Cut six 3” x 3” squares
Stop border (red):
Cut three 2.5” x width of fabric strips
Cut four 3.75” x width of fabric strips
SEWING: 1/4” seam allowance for all sewing. Press as you go.
Sew a triangle to opposite sides of cream square. Press.
Sew the other two matching triangles to opposite sides and press (the cream square is now on point). Repeat with remaining 28 cream squares and 6 contrasting squares
Sew five squares together to make one row. Repeat for a total of 7 rows. Sew the rows together.
Measure through the vertical center of quilt and cut two strips of the stop border print to this measurement. Sew to sides of the quilt.
Measure through the horizontal center of quilt and cut two strips of the stop border print to this measurement. Sew to top and bottom of quilt.
Again, measure through the vertical center of the quilt and cut two outer border strips to this measurement. Sew to the sides of the quilt.
Measure through the horizontal center of the quilt and cut two outer border strips to this measurement. Sew to the top and bottom of the quilt.
Quilt and bind as desired.
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offer expires 3/17/2012