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Simple Off Center Squares Baby Quilt Tutorial

Simple Off Center Squares Baby Quilt Tutorial

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Published by teaginny
Simple Off Center Squares Baby Quilt
Finished size approximately 37 x 49 inches Materials:

¼ t ½ yard feature fabric. I used just over a ¼ yard of the dog fabric 6 to 12 fat quarters of coordinating fabrics. If you cut carefully, you can get two blocks out of one fat quarter. 1 ¼ yards sashing fabric. I used Kona white. You won’t use all of this, but you need the length, so you won’t have to piece the longest sashing strips. Batting 41 x 53 Backing 1 ½ yards Binding ½ yard Cut: For one block yo
Simple Off Center Squares Baby Quilt
Finished size approximately 37 x 49 inches Materials:

¼ t ½ yard feature fabric. I used just over a ¼ yard of the dog fabric 6 to 12 fat quarters of coordinating fabrics. If you cut carefully, you can get two blocks out of one fat quarter. 1 ¼ yards sashing fabric. I used Kona white. You won’t use all of this, but you need the length, so you won’t have to piece the longest sashing strips. Batting 41 x 53 Backing 1 ½ yards Binding ½ yard Cut: For one block yo

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Simple Off Center Squares Baby Quilt 
Finished size approximately 37 x 49 inchesMaterials:¼ t ½ yard feature fabric. I used just over a ¼ yard of the dog fabric6 to 12 fat quarters of coordinating fabrics. If you cut carefully, you can get two blocks out of one fat quarter.1 ¼ yards sashing fabric. I used Kona white. You won’t use all of this, but you need the length,so you won’t have to piece the longest sashing strips.Batting 41 x 53Backing 1 ½ yardsBinding ½ yardCut:For one block you will need:1 3 ½ inch block, fussy cut from your feature fabric
 
2 4 ½ x 3 ½ rectangle2 11 ½ x 4 ½ rectangleIf using a fat quarter, cut 4 ½ x 22 inch strips. Then cut one 3 1/2 piece from each 4 1/2inch strip. Finally, cut the remaining piece into 11 1/2 inch. You can get enough pieces for two blocks out of one fat quarter.Cutting along the long edge of your sashing material (along the selvage), cut 2 ½ inch strips.You’ll need:9 10 x 2 1/22 44 1/2* x 2 1/22 32 1/2* x 2 1/22 48 1/2* x 2 1/2
*Here’s a tip, do cut the 10 x 2 1/2 strips, but leave the other 2 1/2 inch strips long. Sew them as directed, then trim to the right length. There is nothing more irritating than a sashing piece that ends up being a bit too short! 
Directions:1.
 
Fussy cut your feature fabric. I made a 3 ½ inch square template out of clear templateplastic. That way I could see exactly what I was going to cut out. I traced this and thencut out the squares by hand.
 
 2.
 
Cut your coordinating fabric into 4 ½ inch strips. 3.
 
For one block you’ll need to then cut two 3 1/2 inch pieces and two 11 1/2 inch piecesfrom these 4 ½ inch strips.

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