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Sunny Meadow Quilt

By: Joel Dewberry for FreeSpirit Fabrics
This image courtesy of freespiritfabric.com

The Sunny Meadow Quilt pattern uses rich golds and reds contrasted with crisp light blue for gorgeous quilts with summer themes. This attractive, geometric pattern makes quilted sofa throws that are beautiful but subdued. The partial seams in half of the blocks in this quilt make this a pattern for a slightly more experienced quilter.

Project TypeMake a Project

Quilt Size52.5 inches wide x 52.5 inches long

Time to CompleteA week or two

Primary TechniquePieced

Intermediate

Note: This pattern uses fabrics from the Modern Meadow collection by Joel Dewberry for FreeSpirit Fabrics. Fabrics are coded in materials list.

MATERIALS:

  • JD 31 Dogwood Blooms - Harvest 3/4 yd.
  • JD 31 Dogwood Blooms - Sunglow 2/3 yd.
  • JD 32 Acorn Chain - Pond 1/2 yd.
  • JD 32 Acorn Chain - Harvest 1/4 yd.
  • JD 33 Sunflower - Sunglow 3/4 yd.
  • JD 34 Flower Fields - Sunglow 1/2 yd.
  • JD 34 Flower Fields - Sunset 7/8 yd.
  • JD 35 Handpicked Daisies - Sunset 1 yd.
  • JD 35 Handpicked Daisies - Sunglow 1 yd.
  • JD 36 Herringbone - Pond 1/2 yd
  • JD 36 Herringbone - Timber 1/2 yd.
  • JD 37 Honeycomb - Sunglow 3 yd.
  • JD 38 Majestic Oak - Sunglow 2/3 yd.
  • JD 39 Nap Sack - Sunset 2/3 yd.
  • JD 39 Nap Sack - Sunglow 1/4 yd.
  • JD 40 Picnic Plaid - Sunglow 1/2 yd.
  • JD 31 Dogwood Blooms - Harvest 3-1/2 yd. (for backing)
  • Batting
  • Coordinating Thread
  • Scissors
  • Straight Pins
  • Patterns


INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Cut four 7-1/2” x 7-1/2” squares – one each from JD 31 Harvest, JD 33 Sunglow, JD 35 Sunset and JD 38 Sunglow.
     
  2. Cut eight using PATTERN 2 template – one each from JD 38 Sunglow, JD 40 Sunglow, JD 33 Sunglow, JD 31 Sunglow, JD 34 Sunglow, JD 39 Sunset, JD 35 Sunglow and JD 34 Sunset.
     
  3. Cut four using PATTERN 3 template – one each JD 33 Sunglow, JD 39 Sunglow, JD 35 Sunglow and JD 36 Pond.
     
  4. Cut thirty-six using PATTERN 0 template – (5) JD 39 Sunset, (5) JD 31 Sunglow, (5) JD 38 Sunglow, (1) JD 36 Pond, (4) JD 36 Timber, (4) JD 34 Sunset, (4) JD 34 Sunglow, (4) JD 32 Pond and (4) JD 32 Harvest.
     
  5. Make fifteen strip sets as shown in DIAGRAM B to yield 36 of PATTERN 1 template. Strip sets will be made of four 1-1/2” strips width of the fabric – JD 37 Sunglow – and four 1-1/2” strips width of the fabric plus one 2-1/2” strip width of the fabric – of the designated contrasting color.

    Sunny Meadow Quilt

    Sunny Meadow Quilt



    NOTE: All strip sets will contrast with fabric JD 37 Sunglow.

    Make the following strip set combinations: one strip set each with JD 32 Pond, JD 36 Pond and Timber, JD 40 Sunglow, JD 31 Sunglow, JD 35 Sunset, JD 39 Sunset and JD 38 Sunglow; two strip sets each with JD 33 Sunglow and JD 31 Harvest; three strip sets each with JD 35 Sunglow.

    TIP: All strip sets start with the contrasting fabric and end with the 2-1/2” strip of the contrasting fabric. Precise cutting and 1/4” seams are a must with these strip sets. Careful pressing is also important – being sure to sandwich seams during construction.

    TIP: Please note that when you cut the strips sets with PATTERN 1 template – the 2-1/2” strip is always at the top of the template. DO NOT flip the template up and down when cutting. The other pieced sections can be used for a project of your choice later.
     
  6. Construct 4 blocks using the 7-1/2” x 7-1/2” blocks by following DIAGRAM A.

    Sunny Meadow Quilt

    Sunny Meadow Quilt
     
  7. Construct the 8 side triangles by following Diagram C.

    Sunny Meadow Quilt

    Sunny Meadow Quilt
     
  8. Construct the 4 corners by following DIAGRAM D.

    Sunny Meadow Quilt

    Sunny Meadow Quilt
     
  9. Construct the entire quilt top by following DIAGRAM E.

    Sunny Meadow Quilt

    Sunny Meadow Quilt
     
  10. Layer and quilt as desired.
     
  11. Cut five 3” strips x width of fabric JD 37 Honeycomb in Sunglow for binding.

    TIP: Before trimming quilted top – trim backing and batting 1/4” past quilt top edge. This will allow a base for the wider binding on the quilt – so it will finish nicely to 5/8”.

 

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