Summer Mystery Quilt 2022 - Week 5

Updated: Jun 29

Wow, you guys did GREAT last week!

I am so impressed by all your hard work. You will be using techniques you learned last week again this week.

With each different cut and panel, we can create all kinds of block combinations, making each week its own little mysterious surprise. When life gives you scraps, turn them into a quilt!

Below is all the information you need to prepare before joining

me on our YouTube Channel for step by step instructions.

For Block 5, you will need:

(These notions are just my recommendations)

Fabrics (3 light/medium/dark and 1 light background)

Sew Daisy Fabric Markers

Creative Grids® Stripology Mini Quilt Ruler or Ruler

• Aurifil Thread – 2370 recommended

Olfa Rotary and Blades

Edyta’s Tip: Always have a stash of fresh blades for your rotary and remember to change yours often. for the cleanest cuts.

Sewline Fabric Pencil, Best Press, Pins, scissors, and fresh Microtex Needles 70/10


Block 5A Block 5B


Block 5


We will be making 8 total Block 5s. 4 Block 5As and 4 Block 5Bs


Cutting Directions:

Begin by cutting strips from 3 light/medium/dark fabrics and 1 light background fabric:

6" Finished Block

1 Medium Fabric - 1 strip 1⅞" x WOF 1 Light Fabric - 1 strip 1½" x WOF 1 Dark Fabric - 1 strip 2½" x WOF

1 Light Fabric - 1 strip 1½" x WOF

1 Medium Fabric - 1 strip 1⅞" x WOF

1 Light Background Fabric - 1 strip 7¼" x WOF cut into 4 sqaures (7¼" x 7¼")


9" Finished Block

1 Medium Fabric - 1 strip 2⅜" x WOF 1 Light Fabric - 1 strip 2" x WOF 1 Dark Fabric - 1 strip 3½" x WOF

1 Light Fabric - 1 strip 2" x WOF

1 Medium Fabric - 1 strip 2⅜" x WOF 1 Light Background Fabric - 1 strip 10¼" x WOF cut into 4 sqaures (10¼" x 10¼")

Cut each strip in half on fold. Arrange your strips as shown above.


Watch the Block 5 video for more details.


Block Assembly

Place your top two fabric strips right sides together and pin.

Repeat for bottom two strips.

Sew it together, then sew it to the center strip.

Note: Since we are creating a strip panel, it is important to use smaller stitch lengths.

Push seam allowance towards the outside.

Repeat steps for a total of 2 panels 7¼" x 21".


For 9" block, you will make 2 panels 10¼" x 21".


Watch our video for more details.

Out of the panels, cut 4 squares 7¼" x 7¼". For 9" finished block, cut 4 squares 10¼" x 10¼".

Cut twice diagonally to create Quarter Square Triangles (QSTs).

This is how your QSTs should look.

From 7¼" light background strip, cut 4 squares 7¼" x 7¼", then cut twice diagonally to create 16 QSTs.

For 9" finished block, from 10¼" light background strip, cut 4 squares 10¼" x 10¼", then cut twice diagonally to create 16 QSTs.


Block 5A Assembly

Arrange 2 panel QSTs and 2 light background QSTs as shown above. Place light QSTs over panel QSTs, right sides together, and pin.

Sew units together, and press seam allowances towards light.

Pin units right sides together and sew. Press seams and trim to 6½" x 6½". 9" finished Block you will be trimming to 9½" x 9½" unfinished square.


Block 5B Assembly

Repeat steps above, but with the opposite two panel QSTs.

Press seams and trim to 6½" x 6½". 9" finished Block you will be trimming to 9½" x 9½" unfinished square.

Repeat for a total of 4 Block 5As and 4 Block 5Bs.


Watch our YouTube Channel for this block’s step-by-step

instructions and tips on how to make this project.

Our Block 5As and Block 5Bs will be positioned as shown above in our Summer Mystery Quilt 2022 grid.

Click here to download a PDF copy of Summer Mystery Quilt 2022 Block 5.


INSPIRING COLOR OPTIONS

Day Trip Linen Texture Collection


Beach Day Bundle


Trail Hike Bundle


Lemonade Stand Bundle


Practical Magic Collection


Bluebird Collection


Lady Tulip Collection


These are just a few of our fabric options- I can't wait to see what you create!

Visit our website for more stunning options.


Happy Quilting!

Edyta


Please remember to share your progress photos to Instagram and Facebook!

Tag us @laundrybasketquilts and #summermysteryquilt2022.

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