Fabric Requirements - Camelot Fresh Solids
Fabric A 214-0001 White 2 yards (1.8 m)
Fabric B 214-0035 Spearmint 1/3 yard (0.30 m)
Fabric C 214-0034 Bali 1/3 yard (0.30 m)
Fabric D 214-0034 Bali 3/4 yard (0.70 m)
Fabric E 214-0017 Navy 1/2 yard (0.45 m)
Fabric F 214-0035 Spearmint 1/2  yard (0.45 m)
Fabric G 214-0017 Navy 5/8 yard (0.60 m)
Fabric H 214-0034 Bali 1/2 yard (0.45 m)
Fabric I 214-0017 Navy 2 yard (1.80 m)
Binding 214-0033 Tide 5/8 yard (0.60 m)
Backing 214-0039 Topaz 5 1/4 yards (4.8 m)
Notes - Please wash, dry & iron your fabric before beginning. - Sew all seams with an accurate 1/4” seam allowance.
CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS 
  • Fabric A: Horizontal Strips: Cut 2 ½” strips (12) – set aside 5 strips for sashing Subcut: 2 ½” x 8 ½” rectangles (2) & 2 ½” x 20 ½” rectangles (2) & 2 ½” x 4 ½” rectangles (40) 
  • Fabric A: uses remaining fabric after horizontal cuts Vertical Strips: Selvage edge length = 38” minimum Turn fabric 90 degrees. Cut 2 ½” strips (3) Subcut 2 ½” x 26 ½” rectangles (2) & 2 ½” x 8 ½” rectangles (4) Cut 4 ½” strips (6) Subcut 4 ½” x 18 ½” rectangles (11) 
  • Fabric B: Cut 10 ½” strip (1) Subcut: 2 ½” x 10 ½” rectangles (12) 
  • Fabric C: Cut 10 ½” strip (1) Subcut: 2 ½” x 10 ½” rectangles (8) 
  • Fabric D: Cut 2 ½” strips (9) Subcut: 2 ½” x 14 ½” rectangles (12) & 2 ½” x 4 ½” rectangles (36) 
  • Fabric E: Cut 2 ½” strips (6) Subcut: 2 ½” x 14 ½” rectangles (8) & 2 ½” x 4 ½” rectangles (24) 
  • Fabric F: Cut 14 ½” strip (1) Subcut 2 ½” x 14 ½” rectangles (8) 
  • Fabric G: Cut 2 ½” strips (8) Sub cut: 2 ½” x 22 ½” rectangles (8) 
  • Fabric H: Border 1 Cut 2 ½” strips (7) 
  • Fabric I: Border 2 – Uses approximately 1 yard Horizontal for Top and Bottom: Cut 6 ½” strips (4)
  • Fabric I: Border 2 – Uses a minimum of 7/8 yard Vertical for Sides: Turn fabric 90 degrees. Cut along the length of the fabric; parallel to the selvage. Cut 6 ½” strips (5) 
  • Binding: Cut 2 ¼” strips (9)
BLOCK CONSTRUCTION
 ¼” SEAM ALLOWANCE THROUGHOUT 
ARROW INDICATES PRESSING DIRECTION 
BLOCK A: MAKE 6 
FABRICS A, B & D 
BLOCK B: MAKE 4
FABRICS A, C & E
Step 1: 
Make a right and a left center section for each: 
Sew a 2 ½” x 4 ½” rectangle on each end of a 2 ½” x 10 ½” rectangle. 
Place each 2 ½” x 4 ½” rectangle, right sides together, as shown in Diagram I. 
Stitch on the diagonal, trim excess fabric corner to ¼” from stitching and press. 
Make 6 Right and 6 Left sections for Block A. 
Make 4 Right and 4 Left section for Block B.
DIAGRAM I
Tip: Before you stitch on the diagonal, either mark the stitching line with a pencil OR fold the corner exactly how you want it to end up, press and then unfold. Place the piece and stitch a needle’s width from the fold on the side that will be trimmed off and Presto… a pre-pressed and perfect corner!
Step 2: 
For each block, 
Sew a Right and Left rectangle from Step 1 together for each block. Angled seams were pressed opposite so they would line up nicely when sewn. 
Press center seam open. Next, sew a 2 ½” x 14 ½” rectangle on each long edge. Press seam towards outer rectangle. 
DIAGRAM II
Step 3: 
Make a top and a bottom section for each block: 
Sew a 2 ½” x 4 ½” white rectangle on each end of a 2 ½” x 4 ½” rectangle (Fabrics D & E). 
Place a white 2 ½” x 4 ½” rectangle, right sides together, as shown in Diagram III (Block B shown). Stitch on the diagonal, trim excess fabric corner to ¼” from stitching and press towards white. 
DIAGRAM III
Place a white 2 ½” x 4 ½” rectangle, right sides together, as shown in Diagram IV (Block B shown). Stitch on the diagonal, trim excess fabric corner to ¼” from stitching and press towards white.
DIAGRAM IV
Step 4: 
Assemble blocks: 
Sew top and bottom pieces onto each block center as shown in Diagram IVb (Block B shown). 
Press towards top/bottom.
DIAGRAM IVb
CORNER CONSTRUCTION
¼” seam allowance throughout 
Arrow Indicates pressing direction
All diagonal corner seams use the same diagonal corner technique used in the block construction. 
Inner Corner: Fabrics A & F Outer Corner: Fabrics A & G
DIAGRAM V
Step 1: 
Make inner corner sections: 
Diagram VI: Sew a 2 ½” x 14 ½” Fabric F rectangle on each Vertical 2 ½” x 8 ½” Fabric A rectangle. Make a top left side, top right side, bottom left side and bottom right side. 
DIAGRAM VI
Diagram VII: Sew a 2 ½” x 14 ½” Fabric F rectangle on each end of a Horizontal 2 ½” x 20 ½” Fabric A rectangle.
DIAGRAM VII
Step 2: 
Make outer corner sections: 
Diagram VIII: 
Sew a 2 ½” x 22 ½” Fabric G rectangle on each end of a Horizontal 2 ½” x 8 ½” Fabric A rectangle.
DIAGRAM VIII
Diagram IX: 
Sew a 2 ½” x 22 ½” Fabric G rectangle on each end of a Vertical 2 ½” x 26 ½” Fabric A rectangle.
DIAGRAM IX
ASSEMBLE SASHING STRIPS
Use the following fabric: 2 ½” Fabric A strips (5) – set aside for sashing. 
Sew strips together end-to-end. 
From assembled sashing strip: Cut 2 ½” x 40 ½” sashing (2) Cut 2 ½” x 44 ½” sashing (2) Press all seams towards blocks. 
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Refer to Assembly Diagram below 
Step 1: 
Sew blocks into rows with 4 ½” x 18 ½” white rectangles (W4x18):
Row 1: W4x18 + Block A + W4x18 + Block B + W4x18 + Block A + W4x18 
Row 2: Block B + W4x18 + Block A + W4x18 + Block A + W4x18 + Block B 
Row 3: W4x18 + Block A + W4x18 + Block B + W4x18 + Block A + W4x18
Step 2 
Add sashing and vertical inner corners to rows 1 & 3. 
Pin, ease/stretch sashing pieces as needed. Press towards blocks. Sew 2 ½” x 40 ½” sashing to the top of Row 1. 
Sew top left and top right inner corner sections to sides (from Diagram VI). 
Sew top inner corner section (from Diagram VII) to 40 ½” sashing – note direction of angles. 
Sew 2 ½” x 44 ½” sashing to the bottom of Row 1. Sew 2 ½” x 40 ½” sashing to the bottom of Row 3. 
Sew bottom left and bottom right inner corner sections to sides (from Diagram VI). 
Sew bottom inner corner section (from Diagram VII) to 40 ½” sashing. 
Sew 2 ½” x 44 ½” sashing to the top of Row 3. 
Step 3 
Sew 3 rows together: 
Pin, ease/stretch sashing pieces as needed. Press towards blocks. 
Sew top of Row 2 to 44 ½” sashing of Row 1. 
Sew bottom of Row 2 to 44 ½” sashing of Row 3. 
Step 4 
Add outer corner sections. 
Pin, ease/stretch as needed. Press towards blocks. 
Sew side outer corner sections (from Diagram IX) to side inner corner sections. 
Sew top outer corner section (from Diagram VIII) to top inner corner section.
Sew bottom outer corner section (from Diagram VIII) to bottom inner corner section.
ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM
ASSEMBLE BORDER STRIPS 
Use the following fabric groups: 
2 ½” Fabric H strips (7) – Border 
1 6 ½” Fabric I Horizontal strips (4) – Border 2 Top and Bottom 
6 ½” Fabric I Vertical strips (5) – Border 2 Sides 
Sew each group of strips together end-to-end. 
BORDER INSTRUCTIONS 
The following ‘averaging’ technique will help you square up your quilt top. 
Border 1 Sides (Fabric H):
Measure both sides of your quilt center. 
Add measurements together and divide by 2. 
Cut 2 strips at this length. For each strip, pin border to side of quilt center in the middle, both ends and several places in between. Ease/Stretch border as you stitch. Repeat with other side. Press all seams towards quilt center. 
Border 1 Top and Bottom (Fabric H): Measure top and bottom of your quilt center after attaching both sides of Border 1. Add measurements together and divide by 2. 
Cut 2 strips at this length. For each strip, pin border to top/bottom of quilt center in the middle, both ends and several places in between. Ease/Stretch border as you stitch. Repeat with other strip. Press all seams towards quilt center. 
Border 2 Sides (Fabric I Vertical strips): 
Measure both sides of your quilt center after attaching Border 1. Add measurements together and divide by 2. 
Cut 2 strips at this length. For each strip, pin border to side of quilt center in the middle, both ends and several places in-between. Ease/Stretch border as you stitch. Repeat with other side. Press all seams towards quilt center. 
Border 2 Top and Bottom (Fabric I Horizontal strips): Measure top and bottom of your quilt center after attaching both sides of Border 2. Add measurements together and divide by 2. 
Cut 2 strips at this length. For each strip, pin border to top/bottom of quilt center in the middle, both ends and several places in between. Ease/Stretch border as you stitch. Repeat with other strip. Press all seams towards quilt center.
FINISHING 
Cut 2 pieces of backing Fabric at 2-5/8 yards each. Trim off selvages. Seam pieces together vertically and press seam open. 
Layer top, batting and backing fabrics. Baste and quilt as you desire. 
Sew binding strips end-to-end on a diagonal (optional). Fold in half and press along length. Attach to quilt edge as you prefer.