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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.
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.
MATERIALS YDS. CUTTING
Assorted Medium Solids 1
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
5 binding strips 2
˝ x 40˝Backing 2
2 panels 24˝ x 46˝Batting 46˝ x 46˝*Cr = C reversed.
foundation paper, template plastic
foundation piecing, template piecing,improvisational piecing, machine piecing, machine quilting
Tropical sun and torrential rain that define lifeon St. Lucia inspired Pam Rocco’s
. 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
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