©2007 Publications International, Ltd. A diamond star squares border really completes the look.
This fun-to-make wall hanging repeats My Favorite Flower quilt block four times to create a charming design. The finished size will measure about 29 inches square. Download the two-page Quilted Wall Flower Hanging pattern as a PDF, and print out the pattern. You'll need to enlarge the quilt block 125% before you get started.
To make the Quilted Wall Flower Hanging pattern:
Make 4 blocks, and stitch them together as shown. Add sashing and diamond star squares border (see Borders page). Finished size is about 29 inches square.
To make My Favorite Flower quilt block:
©2007 Publications International, Ltd. Find this quilt block on the
A: Cut 1. B: Cut 2. C: Cut 3, and cut 2 from background fabric. D: Cut 2. E: Cut 1. F: Cut 1, and cut 1 from reverse pattern. G: Cut 1. H: Cut 1, and cut 1 from reverse pattern. I: Cut 1, and cut 1 from reverse pattern.
©2007 Publications International, Ltd. Pretty prints are a great fabric choice for this block.
Stitch C's to background C's, alternating fabrics. Stitch a B to each end of C piece. Stitch D to E, and then stitch D to other side of E. Stitch F to G, and then stitch reverse F to other side of G. Stitch I to H. Make 2. Stitch IH to HI. Stitch FGF to top of IHHI. Sew rows together to complete block. Use a narrow zigzag stitch to make stamen, and sew a button to end of each.
©2007 Publications International, Ltd. Here's another, totally different, use of print fabrics.
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Phyllis Dobbs is the author of Dimensional Quilts and Fun with Flannel. Her designs appear in many books and magazines. She teaches and demonstrates quilt and stitch techniques at local and national levels and has designed a whimsical fabric collection for Hancock Fabrics. Dobbs is a member of the Society of Craft Designers.