2.28.2015

How to: Clover Mini Quilt Tutorial - Sunday Stitches

I hope you've all had a great week! After last week's Clover Quilt Block tutorial I thought it'd be fun to share another St. Patrick's day tutorial. So, I've created a clover mini quilt. 
This little quilt is fast, a great use of scraps and a fun touch of color for St. Patrick's Day!
This mini will finish at 15" square.

You'll need the following fabrics:
64 - Assorted Green Squares
Cut to 2"x2"
6 - White Strips
Cut to 1 1/2"x6 1/2"
3 - White Strips
Cut to 1 1/2"x15 1/2"
(Green border is the binding)
48 - White Squares
Cut to 1 1/4" square
(Draw a diagonal line from corner to corner on these.)

Place one white 1 1/4" square on the upper left corner of a green 2" square. 
Stitch along the diagonal draw line.
Trim 1/4" on the outside of the draw line.
Press toward the dark.
Repeat, making a total of 48 of these.
Sew two green blocks from the previous step together, refer to the illustration above for correct layout.
Press.
Make 16 of these units.
Sew one green square and one stitch and flip square together.
Press.
Make a total of 16 of these units.
The the units from the previous two steps together.
Press.
Make a total of 16 of these units.
Sew four clover petals together.
Press.
Make four of these units.
They should finish at 6" square.

Sew two clover blocks together, refer to the layout above for placement.
Sew one 1 1/2"x6 1/2" white strip, one clover block, one 1 1/2"x6 1/2" white strip, one clover block and one 1 1/2"x6 1/2" white strip.
Press.
Make two of these, exactly the same.
Sew the two rows together using the 1 1/2" x15 1/2" white strips as sashing and on the top and bottom.
(Green border is the binding.)

Quilt, bind and enjoy!


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3 comments:

  1. Love this. Going to make it as the prize for my bridge group. It's small enough that I can even quilt it myself. Thanks for the pattern!

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  2. So much fun and so bright and cheery on this dreary day. Thanks for your generosity. Irish blessings to you!

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  3. Thank you so much for the Mini Clover pattern!

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