Finished Size: Approx. 48 1/2" x 60" (1.23 x 1.5 m)
FABRIC REQUIREMENTS
Fabric A - 1 yd (0.90 m)  Midnight 
Fabric B - 1 yd (0.90 m) Chamomile 
Fabric C - 1/4 yd (0.25 m) Geranium 
Fabric D - 1/4 yd (0.25 cm) White
Fabric E - 1/2 yd (0.45 m) Spearmint
Fabric F - 1/2 yd (0.45 m) Bali
Fabric G - 1/2 yd (0.45 m) Midnight
Fabric H - 1/2 yd (0.45 m) Grapefruit
Backing - 3 1/2 yd (3.2 m) Au Naturel 
Batting: 56” x 68” (1.42 x 1.73 m) 
To Cut:
  • Fabric A (6) 4 ½” strips (Outer Border)
  • Fabric B (5) 2 ½” strips (7) 2 ¼” strips (1) 5” strip, 
Subcut (2) 2 ½” x 40 ½” strips (Inner Border) (Binding) Subcut (2) 5” x 6 ½” rectangles (2) 5” x 12 ½” rectangles 
  • Fabric C (1) 5” strip
Subcut (4) 5” x 6 ½” rectangles
  • Fabric D (1) 6 ½” strip + 3 ½ yards for backing
Subcut (2) 5” x 6 ½” rectangles (2) 6 ½” x 9 ½” rectangles
  • Fabric E (1) 5” strip (1) 6 ½” strip
Subcut (2) 5” x 12 ½” rectangles Subcut (2) 6 ½” x 14” rectangles
  • Fabric F (1) 5” strip (1) 6 ½” strip
Subcut (2) 5” x 18 ½” rectangles Subcut (2) 6 ½” x 18 ½” rectangles
  • Fabric G (1) 5” strip (1) 6 ½” strip
Subcut (2) 5” x 18 ½” rectangles Subcut (2) 6 ½” x 9 ½” rectangles
  • Fabric H (1) 5” strip (1) 6 ½” strip
Subcut (2) 5” x 24 ½” rectangles Subcut (2) 6 ½” x 14” rectangles
Notes: 
1. Read all instructions before cutting fabrics. 
2. All seams are accurate ¼” seam allowance. 
3. Cut fabrics according to cutting chart 
4. HST = Half Square Triangle QST = Quarter Square Triangle 
5. Unless otherwise notes, strips are considered to be width of fabric (selvedge to selvedge) 
6. Fabrics and Diagrams are not to scale.
 
BLOCK 1
1. Sew (1) 5” x 6 ½” Fabric B rectangle to (1) 5” x 6 ½” Fabric C rectangle (Diagram 1). Repeat to make (2) units. 
2. Sew (1) Fabric B/C unit to (1) 5” x 12 ½” Fabric B rectangle (Diagram 2). Repeat to make (2) units. 
3. Sew (1) Fabric B/C/B unit to (1) 6 ½” x 9 ½” Fabric G rectangle (Diagram 3). Repeat to make (2) units. 
4. Sew (1) Fabric B/C/B/G unit to (1) 5” x 18 ½” Fabric G rectangle (Diagram 4). Repeat to make (2) units.
5. Sew (1) 6 ½” x 14” Fabric H rectangle to the unit created in Step 4 (Diagram 5). Repeat to create (2) units. 
6. Sew (1) 5” x 24 ½” Fabric H rectangle to the unit created in Step 5 (Diagram 6). Repeat to create (2) Block 1. 
Each block should measure 18 ½” x 24 ½” unfinished.
 
BLOCK 2
1. Sew (1) 5” x 6 ½” Fabric D rectangle to (1) 5” x 6 ½” Fabric C rectangle (Diagram 7). Repeat to create (2) D/C units. 
2. Sew (1) 6 ½” x 9 ½” Fabric D rectangle to the D/C unit (Diagram 8). Repeat to create (2) D/C/D units
3. Sew (1) 5” x 12 ½” Fabric E rectangle to the D/C/D unit (Diagram 9). Repeat to create (2) D/C/D/E units. 
4. Sew (1) 6 ½” x 14” Fabric E rectangle to the unit created in Step 3 (Diagram 10). Repeat to create (2) units
5. Sew (1) 5” x 18 ½” Fabric F rectangle to the unit created in Step 4 (Diagram 11). Repeat to create (2) units.
6. Sew (1) 6 ½” x 18 ½” Fabric F rectangle to the unit created in Step 5 (Diagram 12). Repeat to create (2) Block 2. Each block should measure 18 ½” x 24 ½”.
 
PUTTING THE QUILT TOGETHER
1. Using the Quilt Assembly Diagram as a guide, sew (1) Block 1 to (1) Block 2, noting the orientation of the blocks.
 2. Rotating the blocks, sew the remaining Block 1 to the remaining Block 2 (again, note the orientation of the blocks). 
3. Sew (3) of the 2 ½” Fabric B strips together end to end; trim to (2) 2 ½” x 48 ½” rectangles (left and right inner borders). Trim the remaining (2) strips to 2 ½” x 40 ½” (top and bottom inner borders). 
4. Sew (1) 2 ½” x 40 ½” Fabric B rectangle to the top and bottom of the quilt center. Press away from the quilt center. 
5. Sew (1) 2 ½” x 48 ½” Fabric B rectangle to the left and right side of the quilt center. Press away from the quilt center.
 
6. Sew the (6) 4 ½” Fabric A strips together in sets of (3). Cut (2) 4 ½” x 48 ½” rectangles (top and bottom borders) and (2) 4 ½” x 52 ½” rectangles (left and right borders). 
7. Sew (1) 4 ½” x 52 ½” Fabric A rectangle to the left and right side of the quilt center. Press away from the quilt center. 
8. Sew (1) 4 ½” x 48 ½” Fabric A rectangle to the top and bottom of the quilt center. Press away from the quilt center.
 
FINISHING
1. Cut the backing into (2) 63” long pieces. 
2. Using a ¼” – ½” seam allowance, sew the two pieces of backing fabric together, along the long side. Press the seam open. 
3. Center and lay the batting on top of the wrong side of the backing fabric. 
4. Center and lay the pieced quilt top on top of the batting. 
5. Pin or baste the quilt sandwich using your preferred method for securing the layers. 
6. Quilt as desired. 
7. Trim the edges of your quilt.
8. Use the Fabric B binding strips to bind the quilt