C riss C ross Criss Cross

C riss C ross Criss Cross

Criss Cross: 12 assorted Fat Quarters* Background: 2¼ yards Binding: ⅝ yard Backing: 3½ yards *Fat Quarters: 18" x 22" BSPK1204 — Suggested Retail $6...

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Criss Cross: 12 assorted Fat Quarters* Background: 2¼ yards Binding: ⅝ yard Backing: 3½ yards *Fat Quarters: 18" x 22"

BSPK1204 — Suggested Retail $6.00

Quilt is 56" x 72".

Supplies

Which colors will you choose?

Quilt is 56" x 72".

Criss Cross

Criss Cross

Criss Cross

Quilt is 56" x 72".

Cutting Criss Cross:

Criss Cross Blocks continued: (B) Sew 1-5¾ Background quarter square triangle to each side of 1-3¼" x 5" Criss Cross rectangle. Make 2. Sew to each side of the previous unit.

From EACH of the 12 Fat Quarters cut:

3¼" x 5"

5-3¼" x 22" strips subcut 16-3¼" x 5" rectangles 4-3¼" x 3¼" squares Note: You will be able to make 4 Blocks from each Fat Quarter.

Make 2.

Background: 4–8½" x width of fabric strips subcut 15-8½" x 8½" squares 7–5¾" x width of fabric strips subcut 48-5¾" x 5¾" squares cut twice diagonally (quarter square triangles) Binding: 7–2½" x width of fabric strips

Construction (Use ¼" seams. Press in the direction of the arrows in the diagrams.)

1

Criss Cross Blocks: To make one Block:

(C) Trim the Block to measure 8½" x 8½". Repeat to make a total of 48 Criss Cross Blocks.

(A) Select 4-3¼" x 5" matching Criss Cross rectangles and 1-3¼" x 3¼" different Criss Cross square. Sew the 3¼" square and 2-3¼" x 5" Criss Cross rectangles together. 3¼" x 5"

3¼"

3¼" x 5"

Make one.

Trim to 8½" x 8½".

Criss Cross Block Make 48. 8½" x 8½" with seams

2

Assembly: Join 48 Criss Cross Blocks and 15-8½" x 8½" Background squares into 9 rows of 7 blocks as shown. Press in the direction of the arrows. Creative option: Rearrange the blocks to make your own unique quilt layout.

3

Sew the rows together. Sew the 7 Binding strips end to end. Layer, quilt and bind. ENJOY!

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The Criss Cross quilt is 56" x 72" finished.