It's time for another tutorial! Seamstress Ramona Rose was nice enough to prepare some easy-to-follow instructions for how to make this super simple project using the new Little Kukla line by Suzy Ultman and Kona Solids. Just follow these steps, and before you know it, you'll have another totally cute quilt to enjoy!
From A (Yellow buttons) and from F (Brown buildings), cut 4 rectangles (a, f) (8.5” x 4”), and 4 rectangles (A,F) (8.5” x 4.5”)
From B (Orange flowers) and D (Yellow flowers), cut 6 rectangles (8.5” x 4”)
From C (Dolls), cut 4 rectangles (8.5” x 10.5”)
From E (Teal birds), cut 4 rectangles (8.5” x 3.5”)
Sew together in the following rows:
From Aloe, cut 3 horizontal sashing strips (1.75” x WOF), and sew between the rows.
From Curry, cut 4 border strips (3.5” x WOF), sew top and bottom, then sides.
From Aloe, cut 5 border strips (1.75” x WOF). sew together into a long strip, with mitered seams, then cut to sew horizontal borders, then vertical borders.
From Coral, cut 5 border strips (2.5” x WOF), sew together into a long strip, with mitered seams, then cut to sew horizontal borders, then vertical borders.
From Curry, cut 5 binding strips (2” x WOF), miter together, set aside.
Piece scraps into a rectangle 54” x 14”, using Aloe or Curry solids, as needed. Cut Coral into 54” x WOF, then make a cut so you have 2 long rectangles 54” long. (Ramona cut into ⅔, ⅓), and piece the rectangle into this cut, making a backing 54” square.
Make a quilt sandwich, baste, quilt, bind, and enjoy!