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    A free paern from

    Yuma

    FeaturingHandcraftedby

    Alison Glass for Andover

    Finished Size: 64 x 64

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    Fabric Needed:

    1 yd - Fabric A (large triangle)

    1 yd - Fabric B (large triangle)

    1 3/8 yd - Background fabric

    1/4 yd each - 13 fabrics (small triangles)

    4 yds - backing

    1/2 yd - binding

    4 - 6.5 squares from each of the 13 different small

    triangle fabrics

    From the Background fabric cut:

    16 - 6.5 squares

    4 - 4.5 squares

    4 -12.5 squares, then cut into 4 triangles as shown:

    4

    4

    8

    8

    8

    Please read all instructions carefully before starting to cut orsew.

    Always sew right sides together with a 1/4 seam

    Press all seams open.

    Be careful not to stretch the long side of the traingles whilesewing rows together.

    HST = Half Square Triangle

    Cut apart

    On each of the Background squares, draw a line from one corner to the opposite

    corner. Start with 1 square of Background and 1 square of another small triangle

    fabric. With right sides together, line these squares up on top of each other. Sew a

    scant 1/4 on both sides of the line. Cut on the line and press open.

    From Fabric A cut:

    5 - 12 squares, then cut into HST

    1 - 4.5 squares

    3 - 4.5 x 8.5

    2 - 12.5 x 4.5

    From Fabric B cut:

    5 - 12 squares, then cut into HST

    1 - 4.5 sq3 - 4.5 x 8.5

    2 - 12.5 x 4.5

    Sew

    Sew

    Press open

    You now have two half square triangle blocks. Repeat with the appropriate

    fabrics until you have the required number of each, as shown at right.

    Once you have sewn and pressed all the blocks, trim down to 6. Use a

    ruler with a 45 line to help make sure you keep the seam at exactly 45.

    45lin

    e

    Cut all the remaining 6.5 squares of small triangle fabrics into HSTs.

    Make this manyof each:

    Make the half-square triangle blocks shown below:

    What to cut:

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    Cut

    Cut

    Line uptheseedges

    Line uptheseedges

    4

    4

    8

    8

    8

    Create pieced triangles as shown here:

    Step 1

    Step 2

    overhang

    overhang

    overhang

    overhang

    Sew HSTs to two sides of the blocks, making a large pieced triangle.Make sure the straight edges line up. The corners of the small triangleswill over hang the edges by 1/4 on each side. Your seam should line upwith where the two fabrics meet. This is so that you end up with an evenbottom edge. Trim long edge of pieced triangle if necessary.

    Make this many of each:

    Make this many of each

    3

    3

    Starting with a 4.5 sq each of Background fabric and Fabric A, sew what isbasically a log cabin block. Cut this block in half on the diagonal. For thethird triangle, sew a 4.5 sq of background fabric and a 8.5 x 4.5 piece of

    fabric A together. Add the 12.5 rectangle to the next side as shownbelow. Repeat for Fabric B.

    4.5 x 8.5

    4.5 sq.

    4.5 x 8.5

    4.5

    x

    8.5

    4.5

    x

    12.5

    4.5

    x

    12.5

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    Sew triangles into rows as shown here:

    Row 1A

    Row 1A

    Row 2A

    Row 3A

    Row 4A

    Row 1B

    Row 2B

    Row 3B

    Row 4B

    overhang

    overhang

    When sewing triangles together, they mustbe offset by about a 1/4 on both sides. Alittle bit of the tips will overhang. If youdont, the triangles wont line up straight

    once theyre sewn.

    2 Green Triangles, 1 Black

    2 Black Triangles, 1 Green

    Repeat for each row shownhere. If necessary, trim edgesof rows so that they are even.

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    Share your Yuma quilt with us on Facebook and Instagram with the hashtag #yumaquilt @gothamquilts

    Sew rows together in the order shown here:

    Row 1A

    Row 2B

    Row 3A

    Row 4B

    Row 4A

    Row 3B

    Row 2A

    Row 1B

    When lining up rows to sew, start in the middle and line up matching seams and pin. Work your

    way out towards the edges, lining up seams and pining as you go.

    Once your top is complete, baste your back, batting and top together using your favoritemethod.

    Machine or hand quilt as desired.

    Trim, bind and enjoy!

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    4 yds for backing

    1/2 yd for binding

    70 x 70 batting

    2015 Courtesy of Gotham Quilts

    All Rights Reserved

    gothamquilts.com

    [email protected]

    While all possible care has been tak

    to ensure the accuracy of this patte

    Gotham Quilts is not responsible fo

    printing errors or the way in which

    individual work varies. If you notic

    any errors in the pattern, please

    contact us at [email protected]

    Yuma

    1 yd Fabric A

    1 yd Fabric B

    1 3/8 yd Background

    1/4 yd each of 13 different fabrics

    Tools:Rotary cutter and mat, 12.5 square acrylic ruler with a 45 line,thread, sewing machine and iron.

    Materials:

    Alternate colorway using Trendsetterfrom Riley Blake: