A very simple little pattern for these fabrics. The orange and blue are the four patch and the stripe is the binding.
Cut the four patch squares 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" and you need 50 of each. You can strip piece them and it goes a lot faster and you will use less thread.
The focal fabric was cut 6 1/2" x 6 1/2".
After the four patches are all made and pressed well, you start the construction of the top. 7 blocks across, 7 rows in total
This is the final quilt. Our part of the country has had so much rain that taking photos outside was impossible. I haven't seen rain like that in a long, long time. The creek that runs through our valley (we are on high ground) turned into a lake at the Royal Botanical Gardens. It has been unbelievable. We got off easy in comparison to others.
I knew the thread I was going to use on this even before I had the top completed. King Tut #929, Chariot of Fire.
One little airplane......
and the back which I'm really lovin'. It is absolutely perfect. The top and the bottom of the insert are exact!
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