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Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks

Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks

Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks

Today we are going to make Quilt Blocks in lovely “coffee” shades! I made my squares in cream coloured poly-cotton. There are 12 different picture squares as well as an accent square. I stitched out the accent square 4 times – 1 for each corner – to complete my wall-quilt. You can make your quilt much bigger by stitching out more accent blocks and placing them between your picture blocks. Very lovely! The blocks don’t take long to stitch out with only a few colour changes yet creating a lovely end result. I used the “Quilt As You Go” Method to complete my quilt.

What You Will Need To Make Your Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks.

Hoop: 7″x7″/180mmx180mm OR 8″x8″/200mmx200m

Cut-Away Stabilizer

Fabric:Polycotton

Thin Batting

Fabric Temporary Spray Adhesive

Marathon Threads as per Colour

Chart

Scissors and Pin


TIP: Match the thread used for quilting to your fabric.

 

Let’s Get Started

Prepare all your fabric and batting squares.

The 7″x7″designs:

Cut 1×9″x9″ upper fabric

Cut 1×9″x9″ batting

Cut 1×9″x9″ lining fabric

The 8″x8″ designs

Cut 1×10″x10″ upper fabric

Cut 1×10″x10″ batting

Cut 1×10″x10″ lining fabric

Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks

1. Hoop up with Cut-Away Stabilizer.

Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks

2. Stitch Placement line for batting.

Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks

3. Spray the stabilizer with Fabric Spray and place the batting on the stabilizer.

Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks

4. Stitch the batting in place.

Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks

5. Trim the batting back to 1mm from the stitching line.

Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks

6. Spray the batting with Fabric Spray and place 1 piece of fabric on top of the batting. Gently press in place and pin the edges of the fabric to the stabilizer. Pins must be away from the stitching area.

Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks

7. Stitch the fabric in place.

Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks

8. Stitch the design using your Colour Chart.

Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks

9. Turn the hoop over. Spray the stabilizer with the Fabric Spray. Place a piece of fabric on the stabilizer. Pin this lining fabric in place. The pins must be away from the stitching area.

Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks

10. Stitch the lining in place.

Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks

11. Now stitch the quilting design.

Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks

12. This photo shows the quilting on the underside of the quilt block.

Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks

The quilt block in the completed quilt.

Would you like to give this lesson a try?
Purchase CE773 Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks 7″x7″s Here.

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Latte Candlewick Quilt Blocks

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