This quilt will really make you fall in love. This Kaffe Fassett quilt is not only beautiful, it is also one of my favorites. The list of materials I found in the All Stacked Quilt pattern really surprised me. I couldn’t give up, so I looked very calmly and ended up finding a simpler and easier way to buy the fabric. Let’s talk more about that.
This pattern is highly recommended for beginners and also experienced, it was designed by Linda and Carl Sullivan who used Kaffe Fassett for Free Spirit Fabrics. You will find more difficulties in the part where you will have to make half square triangles, but if you are experienced or already know how to do it will be a piece of cake.
The finished quilt measures around 64 “x 72, it takes a little longer but it is worth every minute dedicated to this quilt.The material list for this pattern is very scary, but as I already said, I found a simpler and easier way to do this.
For the center and outer square of each block, the fabrics used are listed in list 1 (colors A-Z). You are advised to use 1/4 yard of fabric, and we will tell you why. You have to cut each fabric in a 5 “square, and they all have to be 5” wide. You need to buy 1/4 of a yard, because as 5 “it is much wider than 1/8 of a yard.
Mas vamos com calma!! As tiras de design Kaffe Fassett de 6″, tiras de 6″ de largura x 42 de comprimento, são vendidas na loja Fat Quarter. No total você vai precisar de 26 tiras de design. Mas tem um problema básico que essas tiras são vendidas em embalagens de 20. Ou seja, você ainda vai precisar de mais 6 tiras. Ao invez de você ter cortes de 6 a 1/4 jardas, as cores M, E, X, Q, H e Z Que são perfeitas e cabem um quarto gordo.
Your list 2 (Colors AA-ZZ), we already know what 2-1 / 2 “means – Jelly Rolls, nothing is bigger than 2-1 / 2. For one package you will only need 26 strips of Jelly Roll with 40.
I am absolutely sure that this bedspread will be one of your favorites. I hope you have fun and have a great job. Click on the title below and get the complete pattern.
Pattern Free: Quilt All Stacked
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