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Cut each strip in half crosswise (D, E). Black-on-cream prints Cut 18 strips 27/8˝ × 42˝. Cut into 240 squares 27/8˝ x 27/8˝; cut diagonally in half (F). E F F D E E D F F Make 4. 30 Quilter’s Favorites—Traditional Pieced & Appliquéd 4. Join the A, BC, and DEF units to make 30 blocks. Be sure to position the gold D squares as shown in the project photo (page 29) and block diagram. To ensure a scrappy look and to avoid repetition, lay out and complete four identical blocks at a time. For each new batch 05-11a-H of four, choose a different fabric arrangement.
Jewel Box 33 Cut 4 squares 27⁄8˝ × 27⁄8˝, then cut them in half diagonally. Cut 4 squares 47⁄8˝ × 47⁄8˝, then cut them in half diagonally. Cut 4 squares 31⁄4˝ × 31⁄4˝, then cut them in half diagonally twice. Cut 4 squares 51⁄4˝ × 51⁄4˝, then cut them in half diagonally twice. 2. Add 4 dark green triangles (cut from 51⁄4˝ squares), using the same technique as shown in Step 1. Press. At this point, all the outside edges will be bias—handle with care. 3. Add 4 light green triangles (cut from 47⁄8˝ squares) as shown in Step 1.
Cut each square in half diagonally to make 12 half-square triangles (A). Yellow: 7⁄8 yard Green: 7⁄8 yard Cut 1 strip 37⁄8˝ wide, then cut each strip into 6 squares 37⁄8˝ × 37⁄8˝. Cut each square in half diagonally to make 12 half-square triangles (C). Red: 33⁄8 yards Backing: 75⁄8 yards DP-01b-H Cut 1 strip 101⁄4˝ wide, then cut each strip into 3 squares 101⁄4˝ × 101⁄4˝. Cut each square twice diagonally into quarters to make 12 quarter-square triangles (G). Batting: 90˝ × 113˝ Green Black: 51⁄4 yards (includes binding) DP-01a-H G B A A B DP-01c-H G DP-01d-H C D E F C D E F G B A C D E F G B A Cut 1 strip 67⁄8˝ wide, then cut each strip into 6 squares 67⁄8˝ × 67⁄8˝.