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Quilt Along 2023 – ‘HOMETOWN’ Quilt Pattern by Diane Knott – Part 10

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Quilt Along 2023 – ‘HOMETOWN’ Quilt Pattern by Diane Knott – Part 10

partie 10 quilt along hometown deuxième partie
partie 10 quilt along hometown première partie

Quilt’s finished size: 150 x 150 cm (60” x 60”)

General Instructions:

The measurements given for cutting include seam allowances of 7 mm (1/4”), rounded to 15 mm (1/2”) for two seams. Make any necessary adjustments.
The measurements in the explanatory diagrams do not include seam allowances.
For the templates, add a seam allowance of 7 mm (1/4”) all around.

Cutting key:

: Square cut on one diagonal

For those preferring the traditional cutting method, note that you will find:

  • the templates on the pattern sheet (or at the end of the project); add seam allowances to them
  • the quantities in bold in the Cutting section of each step
patrons noir et blanc de la partie 9 quilt along hometown deuxième partie
patrons noir et blanc de la partie 9 quilt along hometown première partie

Reminder of the necessary supplies for the project:

The fabrics are 110 cm (44”) wide.

  • Beige fabric, for the background:
    • 3.7 m (4yd)
  • Assortment of many coloured fabrics, for the front of the houses:
    • o.2 m (11/3yd) total
  • Blue fabric, for the front of the castle:
    • 25 cm (1/4yd)
  • Assortment of many light-coloured fabrics, for doors and windows:
    • 30 cm (12”) total
  • Assortment of grey and brown fabrics, for roofs and tree trunks:
    • 70 cm (3/4yd)
  • Assortment of 6 or 7 different green fabrics, for trees:
    • 45 cm (1/2yd) total, including one measuring 10 cm (4”) for part 3
  • Orange fabric, for the pinwheels:
    • 25 cm (1/4yd)
  • Green fabric, for the zig-zagging borders:
    • 20 cm (8”)
  • Backing and batting: 160 x 160 cm (64” x 64”)

PART 10 – 2 O blocks, 3 P blocks and 1 P’ block

Cutting and Assembling:

Diagram 30:

For each of the O blocks, cut:

  • From the beige fabric:
    • 2 squares with 12 cm (45/8”) sides,  to obtain a total of 4 O1 triangles
  •  From the orange fabric:
    • 2 squares with 12 cm (45/8”) sides,  to obtain a total of 4 O1 triangles

Sew 4 times an O1 triangle in beige, and one O1 triangle in orange. With help from the pattern to get the correct positioning of each, sew the obtained units two-by-two and assemble them together to get an O block.
Make two such O blocks in total.

Diagram 31:

For each of the 3 P blocks, as well as the P’ block:

  • In the beige fabric:
    • 2 squares with 8 cm (31/8”) sides,  to obtain a total of 4 P1 triangles
  •  From the orange fabric:
    • 2 squares with 8 cm (31/8”) sides,  to obtain a total of 4 P1 triangles

Sew 4 times a beige P1 triangle and an orange P1 triangle. With help from the pattern to get the correct positioning of each, sew the obtained units two-by-two and assemble them together to obtain a P block.
Make a total of 3 P blocks and a symmetrical P’ block.

Diagram 32:

  • In the beige fabric:
    • 4 L rectangles measuring 5.5 x 12.5 cm (2” x 5”)
    • 4 M rectangles measuring 5.5 x 16.5 cm (2” x 61/2”)
    • 4 N rectangles measuring 11.5 x 16.5 cm (41/2” x 61/2”)
    • 2 O rectangles measuring 7.5 x 20.5 cm (3” x 8”)
    • 2 P rectangles measuring 7.5 x 26.5 cm (3” x 101/2”)
    • 2 Q rectangles measuring 6.5 x 26.5 cm (21/2” x 101/2”)

Sew a L rectangle on the left of a P block. Add a M rectangle beneath and a N rectangle above to obtain the left Unit.
Sew an O rectangle on the left of an O block. Add a P rectangle above and a Q rectangle on the right to obtain the central Unit.
Sew a L rectangle above a P block. Add a M rectangle on the left and a N rectangle beneath to obtain the right Unit.
Sew these Units together to obtain part 10.
By observing the disposition of the rectangles and the remaining blocks, make part 11.
The 10th and 11th parts should each measure 26.5 x 61.5 cm (101/2” x 241/2”), with seam allowances.

Diane D. Knott

Diane Knott lives in Northern Georgia with her husband Chris and dog Rumi.
She is the author of SCRAP QUILT SECRETS and STRIP QUILT SECRETS and has recently designed a line of fabric for Blank Quilting.

Diane-Knott

Diane travels frequently, sharing her many quilts and love of patchwork with quilt guilds and workshop groups around the US.
Besides quilting, Diane loves travel, hiking in the local foothills, and cooking new recipes.
She is the mother of 3 adult children and enjoys frequent visits with them and family adventures.
In October of 2023 Diane and Chris are planning a beach wedding with their entire blended families!
Information about all of Diane’s work and teaching can be found on her website at www.butterflythreadsquilting.com.

Our team is joining you in this project, don’t hesitate to send us your pictures by email at communication@quiltmania.com or tag us on the social medias @quiltmaniaeditions and #quiltmaniahometown !

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