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FREE PATTERN
www.QuiltersNewsletter.com
APRIL-MAY 2012 #427 PAGE 1 of 6
©2012 Qu Nw
All rights reserved.
foundations, 4 unit 2 foundationsand 5 unit 4 foundations. Maketemplate C/Cr. Cut the patcheslisted in the materials and cuttingbox and shown in the rotarycutting diagrams.
Caribbean Houses
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ASSEMBLY
1
Wash, starch and press fabrics.Select the fabrics you will use forthe blocks and sort these into4 stacks – one for each block.Photocopy or trace 4 unit 1
MATERIALS AND CUTTING
Requirements are based on 40˝ fabric width. The pattern hasbeen simplified for ease of construction.
BLOCK SIZE:
13
½
˝
QUILT SIZE:
42˝x 42˝
MATERIALS YDS. CUTTING
Assorted Medium Solids 1
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4 A, 8 B, 8 D, foundation patchesAssorted Pastel Solids 1 4 C, 4 Cr*, 8 D, 4 E,foundation patchesPale Yellow 1 8 F, 8 H, 4 IPale Green ½ 4 GGold
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foundation patchesBinding
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5 binding strips 2
¼
˝ x 40˝Backing 2
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2 panels 24˝ x 46˝Batting 46˝ x 46˝*Cr = C reversed.
ALSO NEEDED:
foundation paper, template plastic
TECHNIQUES:
foundation piecing, template piecing,improvisational piecing, machine piecing, machine quilting
Tropical sun and torrential rain that define lifeon St. Lucia inspired Pam Rocco’s
CaribbeanHouses 
. The double chimneys are a nod totraditional North American house quilts; the restis pure island style. Enjoy making Rocco’s quiltthen study the homes in your neighborhood anddesign a quilt for your setting.
DESIGNED AND MADEBY PAM ROCCO
Make sure yourprinter is set to100% or “no scaling”before you print your pdf.
 
CARIBBEAN HOUSES
FREE PATTERN
www.QuiltersNewsletter.com
April/May 2012 #427 Page 2 of 6
©2012 Qu Nw
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 2
Working with one stack of fabric, foundation piece a unit 1.Set aside. Foundation piece a unit2. Join the unit 1 and unit 2. Setaside.Referring to Fig. 1, lay a B fromstack 1 on top of the A from stack1, right sides up. Cut diagonal linesas shown. Remove the portion of A beneath the B and join the B toA. Similarly and referring to Fig.2, join the remaining B to the A.Trim the A/B to 14˝ x 5˝.Referring to Fig. 3, trim the leftend of the A/B at the specifiedangle. Similarly, trim the right endof the A/B. Join the C to the leftend and join the Cr to the rightend to make a roof. Join the roof to the unit 1/unit 2. Set aside.Referring to the block piecingdiagram, join 4 D’s and an E. Jointhe D/E to the roof to make 1block. In the same manner andworking with the remaining stacksof fabric, make 3 more blocks.
 
Fig. 1Fig. 2Fig. 3ABB
 
1
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I
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CCr
 
Roof DDE
 
BLOCK PIECING
Make 4
Unit 1Unit 2
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CARIBBEAN HOUSES
FREE PATTERN
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April/May 2012 #427 Page 3 of 6
©2012 Qu Nw
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Fig. 4
UNIT 3 PIECING
Make 4
 
HHIG
 
QUILT ASSEMBLY & PARTIAL QUILTING PLACEMENT
BlockUnit 4FFUnit 3Unit 3
3
Referring to Fig. 4, join 2 H’sand a G. Referring to the unit 3piecing diagram, join an I to theG/H to make a unit 3. Make 4unit 3’s. Next foundation piece5 unit 4’s.
4
Referring to the quilt assemblydiagram and working on a designwall or large flat surface, arrangethe blocks, F’s, unit 3’s and unit 4’s. Join 2 F’s and a unit 4 to each block,paying attention to the orientationof the blocks, patches and units.Return to the design wall.
5
 Join the top 2 blocks and a unit3 to make the top row. Return therow to the design wall. Repeat forthe bottom 2 blocks and returnto the design wall. Join 2 unit 3’sand a unit 4 to make the centerrow and return to the design wall. Join the rows.
 6
Mark quilting motifs as shownor as desired. Pam Rocco usedan overall vine and leaf pattern.Layer the backing, batting andquilt top. Baste. Quilt as markedor as desired. Bind the quilt tofinish.
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