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Harley Quinn Quilt

Hey, Puddin’s! Sew up a quilt fit for a Queen. This is a great quilt for beginners, and it is made even easier thanks to the AccuQuilt fabric cutting system.

NOTE: This is an unconventional method of constructing a quilt. It was done this way as we did this as a group project and got numerous people do construct 1 x 4 patch block each.

Requirements List:

Cutting:

All measurements will be in inches in line with traditional patchwork techniques.
  • From white fabric you will need to cut (732) 2 ½” squares
    • Using the GO! Fabric cutter and the GO! Square – 2 ½” multiples (AQ55059) die cut 6 layers of fabric at a time until you have squares.
  • From red fabric you will need to cut (85) 2 ½” squares
    • Using the GO! Fabric cutter and the GO! Square – 2 ½” multiples (AQ55059) die cut 6 layers of fabric at a time until you have squares.
  • From Dark Grey fabric you will need to cut (142) 2 ½” squares
    • Using the GO! Fabric cutter and the GO! Square – 2 ½” multiples (AQ55059) die cut 6 layers of fabric at a time until you have squares.
  • From black fabric you will need to cut (148) 2 ½” squares
    • Using the GO! Fabric cutter and the GO! Square – 2 ½” multiples (AQ55059) die cut 6 layers of fabric at a time until you have squares.

Construction:

Note: Seam allowance is ¼” unless otherwise stated. When pressing your seams, press them in opposite directions. This will help reduce bulk.

For below steps reference the graph as a guide for the which colours are required to make each block.

  1. Place squares right sides together as shown. Sew and press. Repeat for the other two squares.
Harley Quinn Step 1
  1. Join pieces together, sew and press
Harley Quinn Quilt Step 2
  1. Repeat the steps 1 and 2 following the quilt diagram for colour position for blocks in rows A to T and columns 1 to 13.
  2. For row U and column 14, you will notice here they are only two squares wide. Place squares together as shown. Sew and press.
Harley Quinn Quilt Step 4
  1. Repeat step 4 for all blocks in row U and column 14. These pieces have been included to be joined into each row below.
  2. Once you have all of your blocks sewn together, we will now assemble the rows.
  3. Row A: Join each block until you have row A completed.
Harley Quinn Row A
  1. Row B: Join each block until you have row B completed.
Row B
  1. Row C: Join each block until you have row C completed.
Harley Quinn Row C
  1. Row D: Join each block until you have row D completed.
Harley Quinn Row D
  1. Row E: Join each block until you have row E completed.
Harley Quinn Row E
  1. Row F: Join each block until you have row F completed.
Harley Quinn Row F
  1. Row G: Join each block until you have row G completed.
Harley Quinn Row G
  1. Row H: Join each block until you have row H completed.
Harley Quinn Row H
  1. Row I: Join each block until you have row I completed.
Harley Quinn Row I
  1. Row J: Join each block until you have row J completed.
Harley Quinn Row J
  1. Row K: Join each block until you have row K completed.
Harley Quinn Row K
  1. Row L: Join each block until you have row L completed.
Harley Quinn Row L
  1. Row M:Join each block until you have row M completed.
Harley Quinn Row M
  1. Row N: Join each block until you have row N completed.
Harley Quinn Row N
  1. Row O: Join each block until you have row O completed.
Harley Quinn Row O
  1. Row P: Join each block until you have row P completed.
Harley Quinn Row P
  1. Row Q: Join each block until you have row Q completed.
Harley Quinn Row Q
  1. Row R: Join each block until you have row R completed.
Harley Quinn Row R
  1. Row S: Join each block until you have row S completed.
Harley Quinn Row S
  1. Row T: Join each block until you have row T completed.
Harley Quinn Row T
  1. Row U: Join each block until you have row U completed.
Harley Quinn Row U
  1. Once you have all of your rows sewn together arrange on your design board.
  2. Begin to sew each row together pinning at the seams to ensure you have it lined up. Repeat until it is all sewn together.

Finishing:

  1. Layer wadding between quilt top and backing
  2. Pin or baste layers together
  3. Quilt as desired. Add binding, mitring corners.