Each block in this quilt is “Caught in the Middle” and looks like a maze, but there’s no way out of the center! Might as well settle in and get sewing. Our quilt comes from an awesome book named “12-Pack Quilts - Simple Quilts that Start with 12 Fat Quarters.”
You'll learn to love this simple, striking, and speedy quilt pattern as we teach you the partial-seam technique. We will give you tips and tricks to help you speed along.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, class is limited to 14 seats, no exceptions.
Skill Level: Begginning to Confident Beginner
Class Time: 5:00PM - 8:00PM
Class Cost: $20.00
Pattern: Book- 12 Pack Quilts- Simple Quilts that Start with 12 Fat Quarters: $18.40 (after 20% off discount at Dave's Bernina in St. George)“
Kit (Includes Book): $87 (fabric may vary from picture- already discounted)
Size: 60-1/2"x 72-1/2
For Questions about this class, please contact the instructor: Annette Houston, 435-705-1554, email@example.com
(Available at Dave’s Bernina, ph. 435-656-1498):
“12 Pack Quilts- Simple Quilts that Start with 12 Fat Quarters” book- $18.40 (after 20%off discount)
Kit- $87 (includes book, 12 fat quarters plus addition, background, outer border, and binding- everything you’ll need for the top)
Sewing Machine- power cord, foot pedal, ¼” foot, and open-toed foot for applique
BSK (basic sewing kit)- seam ripper, sm. and lg. scissors, pins or wonder clips, etc, and for your own table-sm. iron and pad, rotary cutter and sm. mat, and Best Press.
Fabric: (only if you prefer to make your own kit)
- 12 Fat Quarters
- 2 1/8 yd. of plain white (or other solid color
- 1 yd. floral for outer border
- 5/8 yd. medium print for binding
- Fabric for Backing: 4 1/2 yds.
Grab your 12 fat quarters. Make a stack of 8 with fabrics you would like to make 2 blocks of. Take the rest of the 4 FQ’s, these will only get 1 block each fabric.
Best press all 12 FQ’s keeping them in the separate stacks.
Divide the 8 FQ’s into 2 piles of 4 fabrics. Now you should have 3 piles of 4 fabrics. When we cut, we will cut 1 pile at a time all the way through. (Be sure to hold ruler firmly so it won’t slide.) Do not separate fabrics when done. Keep it stacked.
From the 2 stacks that you are cutting 2 blocks for, cut:
8 strips, 1 ½”x 18”
1 strip 4 ½” x 18”. Crosscut twice 4 ½” apart so that you have 2 stacks of 4 ½” squares.
From the 1 stack that you are cutting 1 block of, cut:
4 strips, 1 ½” x 18”
1 strip, 4 ½” x 18”. Crosscut once to make a 4 ½” squares.
From the white solid, cut:
3 strips, 18” x 42”; crosscut into 80 strips, 1 ½” x 18” (Stack all 3 strips if you dare! HOLD FIRMLY)