Primitive Quilts and Projects Magazine

Evelyn Part 1 of 4

Finished quilt size: 80" x 100"

Material Requirements

□ 6½ yards black solid for blocks, borders, and binding□ ⅛ yard black with gold star print for blocks□ 1 yard blue plaid for blocks and inner border□ ⅝ yard small purple print for blocks and horizontal borders□ 1¼yard red plaid for blocks and outer borders□ ½ yard red sprig print for blocks□ ⅜ yard red with swirl print for blocks□ 1 yard olive green with stars for block and backgrounds□ ⅜ yard light olive green stripe print for blocks□ ⅜ yard olive green with□ ⅛ yard dark olive green plaid for blocks□ ½ yard gold print with red stars for star block and baskets□ ½ yard light gold with swirl print for blocks□ ⅜ yard gold with brown plaid for blocks□ ¼ yard gold/rust/brown plaid for blocks□ ⅝ yard small gold print for blocks□ ⅜ yard dark teal blue print for blocks□ ⅛ yard teal floral for blocks□ ⅜ yard bright teal plaid for blocks□ ⅛ yard small light teal print for blocks yard brown with gold and teal plaid for blocks□ ⅜ yard brown sprig print for blocks□ Threads to match appliqué□ 3 yards Lite Steam-A-Seam 2□ 3 ½ yards fusible stabilizer for behind appliqué (Lisa recommends Pellon SF101 Shape-Flex, which comes in black or white)

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