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Periwinkle Mini Wall Hanging

Project #14235
14235

An intriguing web of design. That's the best way to describe this glorious pattern of geometric shapes and accents. Imagine it in your home or warming a loved one's heart! As an added twist, there's an alternative assembly option for the Small Wacky Web, using the string-pieced method with the star as the background.



Fabric Requirements:

YardageFabricCutting Instructions
(36) 2 1/2" x 2 1/2" Assorted prints Cut (36) Small Wacky Web kite shapes
1 yd Background and border fabric Cut (72) Small Wacky Web triangle shapes
Cut (4) 1 1/2" wide Strips x WOF
1/2 yd Binding and border fabric Cut (2) 1 1/2" wide Strips x WOF
Cut (3) 2 1/2" wide Strips x WOF
2/3 yd Backing fabric
22" x 22" Batting

Notes:

  • Finished Size: 18 1/2" x 18 1/2"
  • All seam allowances are 1/4" unless noted.
  • WOF = width of fabric

Piecing the Quilt:

  1. Sew one kite shape to one pair of triangle shapes to make a larger triangle. See Diagram 1.
  2. Repeat until all kite shapes are sewn to triangle shapes to make larger triangles. See Diagram 2.
  3. Arrange four triangle units with the Small Wacky Web units pointing toward each other to form the Periwinkle Pattern. See Diagrams 3. Sew three blocks across by three blocks down. Press the seams open.
  4. Sew one 1 1/2" wide Strip of the border fabric between two 1 1/2" wide snow print Strips. Repeat 3 times.
  5. Sew border Strips to the outside perimeter of the quilt top, leaving at least 5" extra on each end. Miter the corners. Press.

Finishing:

  1. Layer the backing, batting and quilt top. Quilt by hand or machine, as desired.
  2. Sew binding strips together to form one long strip. Fold wrong sides together, lengthwise, and press.
  3. With a 1/4" seam, sew the raw edges of the binding to the edges of the right side of the quilt. Turn the folded edge of the binding to the back side of the quilt and stitch in place by hand, mitering the corners.

  • Diagram 1

  • Diagram 2

  • Diagram 3

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