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Sugar Basket Recipes Quilt Ideas

Updated: Dec 8, 2022

Thank you SEW much for joining us in our 12 Days of Christmas event!

It was SEW much fun and it is always so exciting to get ready for the holidays with you.💕

I hope you enjoyed the variety of projects and quilts from Laundry Basket Quilts

that we selection for you. We are also so appreciative of your support and all your kind comments.

Over our 12 Days of Christmas, many of you collected some

or all of our Sugar Basket recipes to make adorable 8" finished blocks.

Here are all 12 Sugar Basket block designs- they are just SEW yummy!




Forget your kitchen utensils, and

let's get cooking with some sweet Sugar Basket blocks

and bake up the the most delicious quilting projects for eyes to feast on all season!




I've got some sweet ideas I'd love to share with you!

If you are dreaming big, go for a Quilt!


If you want something snack-sized,

make a Table Runner!

🐭



This Sugar Basket Quilt is a great way to create something beautiful with your blocks.

If you have collected all 12 recipes, you can make one of each block and create a sampler quilte like this one. If you only collected a few recipes, no worries! Just repeat the blocks for a total of 12.


Sugar Baskets Quilt size: 55¾" x 54¼"

Fabric Requirements

Blocks: fat quarter bundle from Strawberries and Cream Fabric Collection Setting Triangles: 1 yard A-355-NE

Sashing: 1/2 yard A-354-LE

Borders: 1 yard A-9848-LR


Sugar Basket Quilt Cutting Directions

Blocks: 12 blocks 8½" x 8½" unfinished

Setting Triangles: 18 Quarter Square Triangles cut twice diagonally from 5 squares 12½" x 12½"

12 Half Square Triangles cut once diagonally from 6 squares 6½" x 6½"

Sashing: 5 strips 3" x WOF sewn together and cut into 4 rectangles 3" x 45¾"

Borders: 5 strips 5½" x WOF sewn together and cut into 2 border strips 5½" x 44¼" (top and bottom) and 2 border strips 5½" x 55¾" (sides)

Arrange your blocks and setting triangles, and sew them into columns.

Add sashing between the columns, then finish your quilt by adding borders.



You can also make smaller projects

from your blocks like this cute table runner

just using setting triangles!

(use the Setting Triangles measurement from above)


What a great idea for a be a secret santa!


I am sew excited to see what you all do

with your super sweet Sugar Basket recipes!

Tag us @laundrybasketquilts and #SugarBasketQuilt

Happy Quilting,

Edyta

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