by Sandy Lynam Clough

by Sandy Lynam Clough™
www.redroosterfabrics.com
www.redroosterfabrics.com
Finished quilt size:
approximately 37"
x 56"
Quilt, table runner and placemat design by Heidi Pridemore
Pieced by Heidi Pridemore • Machine quilted by Doris Pridemore
bONUS! Table Runner & Placemat instructions included!
Fabrics from the Joyful Harvest collection (Style #4309) by Sandy Lynam Clough™ for Red Rooster Fabrics.
A. Pattern #23617 – MUL1.............................................................1 Panel
B. Pattern #23618 – MUL1.............................................................13/4 yards
C. Pattern #23622 – MUL1.............................................................1/3 yard
D. Pattern #23622 – DKGRE1........................................................1/2 yard
Backing.............................................................................................2 yards
Batting...............................................................................................45" x 64"
CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS:
Please read all instructions carefully before beginning. 1/4" seam allowance is
included in measurements and all strips are cut across the width of the fabric
unless noted otherwise. Label pieces and keep together until ready to sew.
These instructions are based on unwashed fabrics.
Press toward the darker fabric when assembling.
1.Sew one 3" x 58" Fabric B strip, one 11/2" x 58" Fabric C strip and one
4" x 58" Fabric B strip together lengthwise to make one 71/2" x 58" side
border. Repeat to make a second side border.
2.Sew one 3" x 40" Fabric B strip, one 11/2" x 40" Fabric C strip and one
4" x 40" Fabric B strip together lengthwise to make one 71/2" x 40" top
border. Repeat to make the bottom border.
3.Center one 71/2" x 58" side border on one side of the quilt top and
pin in place.Start sewing the strip 1/4" in from the corner of the quilt
top and stop 1/4" away from the opposite corner. Backstitch at the
beginning and end of stitching. DO NOT TRIM THE EXCESS. Repeat
with the opposite side.
4.Repeat Step 3 to sew the 71/2" x 40" top border
and bottom border to the quilt top, making
sure to stop and start 1/4" away from each end
of the quilt top. Backstitch. To miter each corner,
fold the quilt top on the diagonal, wrong sides
Figure 1
together, lining up the strips from adjacent
sides (Figure 1).
5.Starting at the sewn seam (represented by the arrow in (Figure 1),
draw a 45° line out to the edge of the fabric. Sew on the drawn line.
Trim the excess fabric, leaving a 1/4" seam. Repeat this step with
remaining corners.
Finishing:
6. Layer the quilt top, batting and backing. Baste the layers together.
7. Quilt as desired.
8. Trim layers even with the quilt top.
9.Sew the 21/2" x 42" binding strips together end-to-end with 45º seams
to make the binding. Fold this long strip in half lengthwise with wrong
sides together and press. Bind as desired.
Finished size of table runner: approximately 25" x 71"
A. Pattern #23617 – MUL1 (panel):
1. Fussy cut the panel to measure 231/2" x 421/2".
B. Pattern #23618 – MUL1 (border stripe):
1. Fussy cut four 4" x length of fabric (63") strips centered on the
flowers. Trim to to make two 4" x 58" strips and two 4" x 40" strips.
2. Fussy cut four 3" x length of fabric (63") strips centered on the
leaves. Trim to make two 3" x 58" strips and two 3" x 40" strips.
C. Pattern #23622 – MUL1 (swirls):
1. Cut two 11/2" x 40" strips
2. Cut three 11/2" x 42" strips. Sew the
strips together and trim to make
two 11/2" x 58" strips.
D. Pattern #23622 – DKGRE1 (swirls):
1. Cut five 21/2" x 42" strips for
the binding.
Backing:
1. Cut one 45" x 64" piece for
the backing.
PIECING INSTRUCTIONS:
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Quilt Fabric Requirements:
Table Runner & Placemat
Fabric Requirements:
A. Pattern #23617 – MUL1.............................................................1 Panel
B. Pattern #23618 – MUL1.............................................................3 yards
C. Pattern #23624 – BRO1..............................................................11/2 yards
D. Pattern #23622 – BEI1...............................................................1 yard
E. Pattern #23621 – DKBRO1........................................................2/3 yard
F. Pattern #23622 – DKGRE1..........................................................1 yard
G. Pattern #23624 – RED1..............................................................1/2 yard
H. Pattern #23623 – GOL1.............................................................1/4 yard
Backing.............................................................................................4 yards
Batting........................................................ one 39" x 74" and four 21" x 27"
CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS:
Please read all instructions carefully before beginning. 1/4" seam allowance is
included in measurements and all strips are cut across the width of the fabric
unless noted otherwise. Label pieces and keep together until ready to sew.
These instructions are based on unwashed fabrics.
A. Pattern #23617 – MUL1 (panel):
RUNNER 1. Fussy cut one large panel outside the lines to measure
approximately 153/4" x 203/4".
PLACEMATS 1. Fussy cut four small panels outside the lines to
measure approximately 101/4" x 101/4" square.
B. Pattern #23618 – MUL1 (stripe):
RUNNER 1. Fussy cut two strips centered on the flowers 4" x 73".
2. Fussy cut two strips centered on the flowers 4" x 27".
PLACEMATS 1. Fussy cut eight strips centered on the leaves 3" x 27".
2. Fussy cut eight strips centered on the leaves 3" x 19".
C. Pattern #23624 – BRO1 (berries):
RUNNER 1. Cut two 21/2" x 233/4" strips.
2. Cut one 2" x 42" strip. Sub-cut into two
2" x 153/4" strips.
3. Cut two 31/2" x 181/2" strips.
4. Cut one 91/2" x 42" strip. Sub-cut into four
21/2" x 91/2" strips and four 21/2" x 51/2" strips.
5. Cut five 21/2" x 42" strips for the binding.
the triangle formed and press (Fig. 4). Trim away the excess fabric
from
the triangle leaving a 1/4" seam allowance
E D to make one
E behind
D
1
5" x 9 /2" D/E Flying Geese Unit.
PLACEMATS 1. Cut one 131/4" x 42" strip. Sub-cut into eight
2" x 131/4" strips and eight 2" x 101/4" strips.
D. Pattern #23622 – BEI1 (swirls):
RUNNER 1. Cut one 91/2" x 42" strip. Sub-cut into eight
5" x 91/2" strips.
2. Cut one 31/8" x 42" strip. Sub-cut into eight
31/8" squares.
PLACEMATS 1. Cut one 61/2" x 42" strip. Sub-cut into eight
31/2" x 61/2" strips.
2. Cut one 23/8" x 42" strips. Sub-cut into sixteen
23/8" squares.
3. Cut three 11/2" x 42" strips. Sub-cut into eight
11/2" x 121/2" strips.
E. Pattern #23621 – DRBRO1 (leaves):
RUNNER 1. Cut two 5" x 42" strips. Sub-cut into sixteen
5" squares.
PLACEMATS 1. Cut two 31/2" x 42"strips. Sub-cut into sixteen
31/2" squares.
F. Pattern #23622 – DKGRE1 (swirls):
RUNNER 1. Cut one 31/8" x 42"strip. Sub-cut into eight
31/8" squares.
PLACEMATS 1. Cut one 23/8" x 42" strips. Sub-cut into sixteen
23/8" squares.
2. Cut nine 21/2" x 42" strips for the binding.
G. Pattern #23624 – RED1 (berries):
RUNNER 1. Cut two 23/4" x 42" strips. Sub-cut into sixteen
23/4" squares.
PLACEMATS 1. Cut two 2" x 42" strips. Sub-cut into thirty-two
2" squares.
H. Pattern #23623 – GOL1 (sunflowers):
RUNNER 1. Cut one 51/2" x 42" strip. Sub-cut into two
51/2" squares.
Backing:
RUNNER 1. Cut one 33" x 79" piece for backing.
PLACEMATS 1. Cut two 27" x 42" strips. Sub-cut into four
21" x 27" rectangles for backing.
E
E
D
Figure 4 Make 8.
D
E
5.Repeat Steps 2-3 to make eight B/E Flying Geese Units total.
C. Pieced Center Unit:
C
6.Sew one 21/2" x 51/2" Fabric C strip to each side of one
51/2" Fabric H square. Sew one 21/2" x 91/2" Fabric C
C
C
H
strip to the top and bottom of the 51/2" Fabric H square
C
to complete one Center Unit (Fig. 5). Repeat to make
Figure 5 Make 2.
a second Center Unit.
D. Block Assembly:
7.Follow Figure 6 to sew together one center
unit, four Flying Geese Units and four corner
units to make one pieced block. Repeat to
make a second pieced block.
E. Center Panel Assembly:
8.Sew one 2" x 153/4" Fabric C strip to
each side of the 153/4" x 203/4" Fabric A
Figure 6 Make 2.
panel. Sew one 21/2" x 23 ¾" Fabric C
strip to the top and bottom of the
C
Fabric A panel to complete the center
panel. Trim the center panel to measure
181/2" x 221/2" (Fig. 7).
Table Runner Assembly:
9.Sew two 31/2" x 181/2" Fabric C strips,
the two pieced blocks and the center
panel together to make the table
runner top (Fig. 8).
C
A
C
C
Figure 7
C
C
Table runner PIECING INSTRUCTIONS:
Press toward the darker fabric when assembling.
D
F
D
Figure 1 Make 16.
F
D
G
2.Follow Figure 2 to sew together two D/F units and two
F
3
2 /4" Fabric G squares to make one corner unit. Repeat
F
G
to make eight corner units total.
D
B. Flying Geese:
Figure 2
3.Place one 5" Fabric E square on the left side of one
Make 8.
5" x 91/2" Fabric D strip, right sides together. Sew across the diagonal
of the square from the upper right corner to the lower left corner. Flip
open the triangle formed and press (Fig. 3). Trim away the excess fabric
from behind the triangle leaving a 1/4" seam allowance.
E
D
Figure 3
E
D
E another 5" Fabric E square on the rightEside ofEthe 5" x 91/2"
4.Place
D
D
Fabric D strip, right sides together. Sew across the diagonal of the
square from the upper left corner to the lower right corner. Flip open
Figure 8
10.Center one 4" x 27" Fabric B strip on one side of the table runner top;
pin in place. Start sewing the strip 1/4" in from the corner of the quilt
top and stop 1/4" away from the opposite corner. Backstitch. DO NOT
TRIM THE EXCESS. Repeat with the opposite side.
11.Repeat Step 10 to sew one 4" x 73" Fabric B strip
to the top and to the bottom of the table runner
top, making sure to stop and start 1/4" away from
each end of the table runner top. Backstitch. To
miter each end, fold the table runner top on the
diagonal, wrong sides together, lining up the
strips from adjacent sides (Fig. 9).
Figure 9
12.Starting at the sewn seam (represented by the
arrow in Figure 9), draw a 45˚ line out to the edge of the fabric. Sew on
the drawn line. Trim the excess fabric leaving a 1/4" seam. Repeat this
step with the remaining corners.
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A. Corner Units:
1.Place one 31/8" Fabric D square on top of one 31/8" Fabric F square,
right sides together. Draw a line across the diagonal of the top square.
Sew 1/4" away from each side of the drawn diagonal line. Cut the
two squares apart on the drawn diagonal line to make two D/F units
(Fig. 1). Trim dog ears. Repeat to make sixteen 23/4" D/F half-squaretriangle units.
Table runner Finishing:
13.Layer the Table Runner top, batting and backing. Baste the
layers together.
14.Quilt as desired.
15.Trim layers even with the table runner top.
16.Sew the 21/2" x 42" binding strips together end-to-end with 45º seams
to make the binding. Fold this long strip in half lengthwise with wrong
sides together and press. Bind as desired.
Finished size of placemats: approximately 17" x 23"
PlaceMat piecing Instructions:
A. Corner Units Triangles:
1.Place one 23/8" Fabric D square on top of one 23/8" Fabric F square,
right sides together. Draw a line across the diagonal of the top square.
Sew 1/4" away from each side of the drawn diagonal line. Cut the two
squares apart on the drawn diagonal line to make two D/F units
(Fig. 1). Trim dog ears. Repeat to make thirty-two 2" D/F half-squaretriangle units.
D
F
D
F
D. Center Block Assembly:
7.Sew one 2" x 101/4" Fabric C strip to each side of one 101/4" Fabric A
square. Sew one 2" x 131/4" Fabric C strip to the top and bottom of
the 101/4" Fabric A square to complete one Center Block. Trim the
center block to measure 121/4" square. Repeat to make four Center
Blocks total.
Place Mat Assembly:
8.Sew together one Center Block and two side borders to make one
placemat (Fig. 6).
C
Figure 1 Make 32.
E
E
D
D
Figure 3
E
E
E
D of the 31/2" x 61/2"
D another 31/2" Fabric E square on the right side
4.Place
Fabric D strip, right sides together. Sew across the diagonal of the
square from the upper left corner to the lower right corner. Flip open
the triangle formed and press (Fig. 4). Trim away the excess fabric
from behind the triangle leaving a 1/4" seam allowance to make one
E D
E
D1/2" D/E Flying Geese Unit.
31/2" x 6
E
E
D
Figure 4 Make 8.
D
E
5. Repeat Steps 2-3 to make eight D/E Flying Geese Units total.
C. Side Border Assembly:
6.Follow Figure 5 to sew together two corner units, one Flying Geese
unit and one 11/2" x 121/2" Fabric D strip to make one side border.
Repeat to make eight side borders total.
D
Figure 5 Make 8.
C
A
C
C
Figure 6 Make 4.
9.Center one 3" x 19" Fabric B strip on one side of the placemat; pin
in place. Start sewing the strip 1/4" in from the corner of the placemat
top and stop 1/4" away from the opposite corner. Backstitch. DO NOT
TRIM THE EXCESS. Repeat with the opposite side.
10.Repeat Step 10 to sew one 3" x 27" Fabric B strip
to the top and to the bottom of the placemat,
making sure to stop and start 1/4" away from
each corner. Backstitch. To miter each end, fold
the placemat on the diagonal, wrong sides
together, lining up the strips from adjacent sides
(Fig. 7).
Figure 7
11.Starting at the sewn seam (represented by the
arrow in Figure 7), draw a 45˚ line out to the edge of the fabric. Sew on
the drawn line. Trim the excess fabric leaving a 1/4" seam. Repeat this
step with the remaining corners.
12.Repeat Steps 8-11 to finish the four placemats.
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2.Follow Figure 2 to sew together two D/F units and two
D
G
F
2" Fabric G squares to make one corner unit. Repeat to
make sixteen corner units total.
F
G
D
B. Flying Geese:
3.Place one 31/2" Fabric E square on the left side of one
Figure 2
Make 16.
31/2" x 61/2 Fabric D strip, right sides together. Sew
across the diagonal of the square from the upper right corner to the
lower left corner. Flip open the triangle formed and press (Fig. 3).
Trim away the excess fabric from behind the triangle leaving a
1/ " seam allowance.
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Place Mat FINISHING:
13.Layer the placemat tops, batting and backing. Baste the layers together.
14.Quilt as desired.
15.Trim layers even with the placemat top.
16.Sew the 21/2" x 42" binding strips together end-to-end with 45º seams
to make the binding. Fold this long strip in half lengthwise with wrong
sides together and press. Bind as desired.
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