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Striped & Spangled
By Hunter's Design Studio

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  • 52" x 80"
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  • Beginner

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Striped & Spangled is a cheerful homage to our country’s flag. Based on a variation of a “stacked coins” quilt, the pattern is set vertically and sprinkled with appliquéd stars. These instructions guide you through easy piecing to make a fast and fun patriotic quilt. SKILL LEVEL 2: All straight seams and straight edges; strip construction; decent 1/4” seam accuracy. Your choice of appliqué methods (fusible, machine, hand,etc.) FABRIC REQUIREMENTS for 52” x 80” top: BLUE Background 1 3/4 yds RED Stripes 1 yd WHITE Stripes 7/8 yd YELLOW Stars 1/4 yd Binding 5/8 yd Backing 4 yds FABRIC CHOICES: This pattern works well in traditional red, white and blue and can be made in all fabrics, from modern to traditional to batik. It can also look great made scrappy. RECOMMENDED TOOLS/MATERIALS: 5” x 5” Template Plastic (for traditional appliqué methods) 1/4 yd fusible web (if using fusible appliqué) PATTERN INCLUDES: Easy-to-follow instructions, templates and illustrations to make a quilt top of approximately 52” x 80”.
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Hunter's Design Studio

Hi there! I’m Sam Hunter, the Head Thaumaturgist and Chick in Charge here at Hunter’s Design Studio. I’m a fabric girl with an MFA in Fibers – I started sewing when I was 7 and haven’t really stopped since.I consider my sewing machine to be the ultimate power tool, and try to use it every day.

I aim to design things that are pleasantly complex to look at, but are pleasantly simple to make.

Just so you know (and like you couldn’t tell) my favorite color is ORANGE. I tend to make a lot of things in orange, but trust me when I tell you that if you make my patterns in your favorite colors they will work pretty well too.