Sunday, July 2, 2017


This month's theme for Island Batik Ambassadors is:

                                                   What a fun theme this month.

                                                    Who doesn't love babies?

                                                 Who doesn't love baby quilts?

                                                  and using the Island Batik Fabrics??

                                                           Accuquilt Go cutter?

                                                     What a combo, what fun!!

                                                  enough of the hype...already!

This is my baby quilt for the Month of July, using my Island Batik scraps and my sun bonnet Sue die.


                     You need about a 10" square of fabric (preferably Island Batik) (shamelessly smiling here).    Put your fabric adhesive of choice on the wrong side of fabric.

                                                                            Fold it in half.

                                                               Fold in half again.

Then you take the folded edge as you see above and place  it between the top of the Sun Bonnet Sue Dress.  Cut...

This is what you get.  Iron on to ten inch square and blanket stitch down.  You will need nine of these.

Now you can put a small circle in the middle of the pinwheel or leave it alone as I have done.

Then I took the cut out and placed it on my printer at 45% to get the smaller pinwheel.  You will need 28 of these (sorry, you have to cut these out by hand, be sure to put your fabric adhesive on the back before cutting out).

You will need six 10" x  3" for the sashings between the rows.
As you can see, you have three pinwheel rows with a sashing between the three squares in each row.
Next you will measure your rows and come up with the length you need for the sashing going across.

You will need Two  28 1/2" x 3" for the sashings going across (your measurement might be different).

For the first border you will need two 1 1/2" strips measuring 28 1/2" for the top and bottom,
29 1/2" for the sides.
The last border 4" x 29 1/2" for the top and bottom,
4" x 33" for the sides (remember to always measure your quilt from top to bottom for the side borders and across from side to side for the top and bottom borders, we all sew differently).

Then you will place your pinwheels in between each square as shown on the sashings.

Then seven on the top and bottom and five on the sides.  Starting from the middle and working out centering them as you go.  Blanket stitch them down.

Quilt as desired.


If you are interested in last months curvalicious quilts, you ca go and visit them below.

Desert Bloom Quilting
Freemotion by the River
Seams Like a Dream
Yellow Cat Quilt Designs
Quilting Affection Designs
Inquiring Quilter
Bejeweled Quilts
Sally's Quilting Corner
Inch Worm Fabrics
Kauffman Designs
Moosestash Quilting
Needle & Foot
Cheryl Lynch Quilts
MaryMack's Blog
heARTs Creations
Kissed Quilts
The Quilt Rambler
Seams To Be Sew
Inspired Layers
Vicki's Crafts and Quilting
Masterpiece Quilting
Fun Threads
Meanderings Along Lizard Creek
Little Bunny Quilts
Webster Quilt
Sophie Junction
Kathy Kwilts and More
Slice of Pi Quilts



Robin (RsIslandCrafts) said...

Brilliant! You have such a creative eye to see different ways to use these dies.

Karen E Overton said...

What a clever idea!

Lynn said...


beaquilter said...

clever! didn't realize it was her dress, now you need to do the hat too and see what you come up with :)

Connie Kresin Campbell said...

What a great idea! Now I'll have to put that AccuQuilt GO! die on my wish list. Thanks for sharing.

Bonnie said...

Definitely a clever use for the SS die. I may have to look at my dies with a more creative eye! (On the other hand I will NEVER buy SS die... lol.)

KaHolly said...

You are just so darned clever, my friend! I don't have an AccuQuilt, but that shouldn't stop me!

Jocelyn said...

You are so creative!