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Whirl Quilt Pattern

Fabric Requirements

Throw:

  • 2 Charm Packs containing at least 40 squares each for a total of 80 Charm squares
  • This quilt will also make a great scrappy quilt using 80—5” squares
  • 3 1/2 yards White
  • 2 1/4 yards Light Gray
  • 2/3 yard Dark Gray
  • 1/2 yard Binding
  • 4 yards Back

Baby:

  • 1 Charm pack or 36—5” squares
  • 1 3/4 yards White
  • 1 1/2 yards Light Gray
  • 3/8 yard Dark Gray
  • 1/2 yard Binding
  • 2 3/4 yards Back

Twin:

  • 3 Charm pack containing at least 40 squares each for a total of 120—5” squares
  • 4 yards White
  • 3 yards Light Gray
  • 3/4 yard Dark Gray
  • 1/2 yard Binding
  • 5 1/4 yards Back

Queen:

  • 5 Charm pack containing at least 36 squares each for a total of 180—5” squares
  • 5 3/4 yards White
  • 4 1/2 yards Light Gray
  • 1 yard Dark Gray
  • 1 yard Binding
  • 7 1/2 yards Back

When making the HST Blocks, use only the first and third diagrams, making 4 identical blocks matching the photo below. Rotate the blocks as needed to construct the row.

 

Windswept Quilt Pattern

For the King sized version you will need:

7 1/4 yards white.

Instead of 2 – 26 1/2″ squares, cut 4 – 36″ squares. Cut each one in half on the diagonal.

Follow the instructions below for final assembly.

  • Follow same instructions for Red and Purple flowers as the Full quilt, making 2 of each
  • Sew 1 Red and 1 Purple flower together with 1—2 x 34” White strip between them, creating 2 sets
  • Sew the 2 Flower rows together with 1—2 x 69” White strip between them and alternating the flower colors
  • Sew 1—1 1/2 x 68 1/2” White strip to each side of flowers
  • Sew 1—1 1/2 x 71 1/2” White strip to the top and bottom of the flowers
  • Mark the center of the White strip
  • Sew two white triangles together along 36” side (Fig A). Repeat with remaining triangles to create 4 new triangles
  • Match the center seam of the triangle with the center of the flower rows and sew the triangles to the quilt
  • Trim outside edges as needed to create a 99 x 99” square
  • Add Green Border #1, then White Border #2 and finish with Green Border #3
  • Add back, quilt and bind

Fig A