Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Four Coins for the Wishing Well

Free Pattern!

 I was asked to make a few items for quilt market by one of my favorite fabric designers, Jenean Morrison! She has a line with Free Spirit Fabrics, and her new line is Wishing Well. I only had a few days to come up with a plan, and the fabrics inspired my to make this, Four Coins for the Wishing Well. The line is GORGEOUS. there are some small prints and ginghams that have a sugar sack feel, mixed with bold beautiful prints to bring together vintage and modern in one cohesive line. I am so in love with these fabrics! So I took a basic 4 patch and rail fence to mix up and give it a cuddle quilt feel.


Four coins for the Wishing Well

Designed specifically for use with Jenean Morrison’s Wishing Well Fabrics available now from Free Spirit

Finished size 46 by 46

For 4 patch
3/8 yard each
PWJM093 -Ring Around
PWJM089-Kiss and Tell

For Rail Fence
1 fat quarter each
PWJM091 -Floral ditzy
PWJM095-Secret Hearts
PWJM092-Diamond Geo
PWJM904-Ladder Stripe
071-Pillow Fort

¼ yard PWJM090-Chirp inner border, you can use one from another color line

½ yard PWJM095-Secret Hearts for the large border

Cut your 4 patch fabrics into 3 ½ inch strips, piece those strips then cut down to 3 ½ again, then piece those to a four patch. You need 18 total 4 patch blocks.

Cut your Rail Fence Fabrics into 2 inch strips. You will use about half of each FQ for the blocks, the rest you can save for the binding. You will use almost all of your Floral Ditzy.

Cut 4 -1½ inch strips from the small border fabric.

Cut 5 - 4 ½ inch strips from your outside border fabric.

There are two rail fence blocks, but for each Floral Ditzy is the first edge fabric. Piece the strips together, then cut into 6 ½ inch blocks. You need 9 of each.

Assemble the big blocks like the photo, with a 4 patch, then vertical rail fence. Second row is horizontal rail fence then a 4 patch.

Assemble the blocks in 3 rows of 3, add small border then larger! Sew easy!

©SFNC 2013. For personal use only.

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