Klöppeln by Ute Oettel

By Ute Oettel

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Maybe you’d like to make one to keep in your car so you can make use of it on a sunny day for a picnic or on trips to the beach. This simple pattern uses an improv piecing technique and is otherwise a breeze to piece together. WHAT YOU NEED Based on 42″ fabric width. Fabric A (ivory): 1 yard Fabric B (black): 1 yard Fabric C (gold): 2 yards Fabric D (red): yard Fabric E (yellow): 7″ × 7″ scrap Backing: 4¼ yards Binding: ¾ yard Please be sure to read Notes on Making the Quilts in This Book (page 6).

To get a free, organic look, don’t be concerned with squaring up as you go. Trim the edges into straight lines so you can easily sew on the next piece, but don’t square up until your piecing is in larger sections—unless, of course, you love a perfectly square look. In that case, square up as frequently as you’d like! 1. Put the randomly cut Fabric A strips next to a Fabric B piece on the cutting mat. Trim Fabric A to length, always erring on the side of cutting too long. Sew the side strips and trim.

Sew the pieces from Steps 3 and 4 together along the long side to make A3. 2: 50½″ × 16½″. Fabric B (tan) 1. Cut 2 strips 4½″ × WOF and sew together end to end; trim B1. 2. Cut 2 strips 10½″ × WOF and sew together end to end; cut B3 and B4. 3. Cut B2. ) B2: 4½″ × 12½″ B3: 10½″ × 45½″ B4: 10½″ × 33½″ Fabric C (red) 1. Cut 3 strips 12½″ × WOF. 2. Trim a strip from Step 1 to C1. Set aside the leftover strip. 3. Sew together the 2 other 12½″ strips end to end; cut C2. 4. Cut 2 strips 5½″ × WOF. 5. Trim a strip from Step 4 to C3.

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