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Winter Pines Wall Hanging

by Joy Hoffman & Darlene Zimmerman

14 1/2" x 28 3/4"



Image of Winter Pines Wall Hanging Image of Winter Pines Grid

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Fabrics

  • ·  1/4 yd. Silvery White Fabric
  • ·  1/4 yd. Dark Blue Fabric
  • ·  1/2 yd. Blue Fabric
  • ·  Scraps of Gray Fabric



Cutting Instructions

Fabrics Cut Yield
Silvery White Fabric 11 1/2" strip9Tri-Mate triangles
15" strip4Companion Angle triangles
4Easy Angle triangles
Dark Blue Fabric 12 1/2" strip18Recs triangles (9 pairs)
2" strip61 1/2" x 2" Rectangles
21 1/2" strips21 1/2" x 22 1/2"
21 1/2" x 10"
Gray Fabric 31 1/2" squares
Blue Fabric 13 1/2" strip12Easy Angle triangles
23" strips23" x 24 1/2" (Outer border)
23" x 14 1/2" (Outer border)
1 1/4" stripsTo total 96"

Assembly Instructions

Pine Tree Blocks (Make 3)

schematic of quilt pieceTreetop Tiers: Sew a Recs triangle cut from the background fabric to the left side of a Tri-Mate triangle cut from the lighter treetop fabric. Press the seam allowances toward the darker fabric. Complete the unit by adding a Recs triangle cut from the background fabric to the right side of the Tri-Mate triangle. Press the seam allowances as before. Repeat to make a total of nine pieced treetop tiers.

schematic of tree top assemblyTreetop Unit: stitch three pieced treetop tiers together to make the boughs of the tree block. Press the seam allowances upward, toward the top of the block.



Tree Trunk: Stitch a tree trunk square between two tree trunk background rectangles.

schematic of completed fabric pine treeStitch a treetop and tree trunk unit together; press toward the top of the block. Each Pine Tree unit should measure 4 1/2" square, including seam allowances.



schematic of completed quilt blockFraming Triangles: Sew an Easy Angle triangle to opposite sides of the tree blocks, lining up the center of the pieced block with the point of the Easy Angle so equal amounts hang out over the sides. Press the seam allowances toward the Easy angle triangles. Sew an Easy Angle triangle to the remaining sides in the same manner, and press as before. Trim the blocks, squaring them up and leaving just 1/4" seam allowance beyond the background fabric corners of the Pine Tree block. Each block at this point should measure 5 3/4" square.

Assembly

schematic of attaching quilt blocksArrangement: Referring to the illustration at right, arrange the Pine Tree blocks in a vertical row. Fill in with setting triangles.



Sewing & Pressing: Stitch the blocks and setting triangles together in diagonal rows. Press the seam allowances open. Stitch the rows together; press the seam allowances all in one direction. Trim the edges of the quilt center square, leaving just 1/4" beyond the corners of the blocks.

Borders

Inner Border: Using the same fabric as for the tree trunks, piece the 2" strips as needed to obtain the inner borders of the required length. First stitch these to the sides, trimming the ends even with the quilt center. Press seam allowances toward the border. Add inner borders to the top and bottom and press as before.



Outer Border: Add the wider border strips in the same way as for the inner border.

Finishing Suggestions

Quilting: Layer and baste the quilt. Using hand quilting and dark blue thread, stitch-in-the-ditch around each tree, the Pine Tree unit, the block, and between the borders. measure and mark a double zigzag along the border, them quilt. Using pale blue-gray thread, hand-quilt swirl designs in the setting triangles.



Binding: Use 1 1/4" single-fold binding.



Don't forget to sign and date your quilt! Enjoy!



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