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Mittwoch, 26. August 2015

Tumbler Flag Tutorial by Linda Coon

Found this nice tutorial on Nancy Ziemans blog

 

Tumbler Flag Quilt Tutorial designed by Linda Coon








Supplies, Fabrics, and Notions:


Grandmother's One Patch Template: Tumbler Block by Nancy Zieman


Note from Nancy: Consider using all the red, white, and blue scraps to bust your fabric stash. I think you’ll be pleased with the color-coordinated, scrappy results.

Cutting Tumblers:

Red: Cut 131 tumblers and 23 finishing pieces from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
Off-White: Cut 138 tumblers from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
Navy: Cut 55 tumblers and seven finishing pieces from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
  • For each solid fabric tumbler, the cutting directions are the same.
  • Stack several cut strips of fabric.




  • Align the template as close to the cut end as possible.
  • Trace along each edge.
  • Flip the template, align the traced edge with the template side, and trace the other side of the Tumbler shape. Repeat the process until the entire fabric strip has been marked.




  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.




  • Trace and cut the Finishing Pieces.
  • Begin by aligning the template area of the Finishing Piece at the narrow end of the strip. Trace along the template area.




  • Flip the template, align the traced edge with the template, and trace the center Tumbler shape. Repeat the process until the entire fabric strip has been marked with half-tumbler shapes.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.

  • Create the pieced blue and off-white strips.
  • Use a 1/4″ seam to stitch together the 1-3/4″ wide off-white fabric strip and the 3-1/4″ wide navy fabric strip.
  • Press the seam allowance towards the navy blue fabric.




  • Cut 36 tumblers from 4-1/2″ strata strips.




Note From Nancy: For the red and white fabrics, simply rotate the tumbler template 180° to nest the shapes next to each other.
For the pieced strip, in order to keep the white at the top of the tumbler shape, cut pieces in the same direction. Always place the widest part of the template along the blue fabric strip. There will be a slight waste of fabric.




  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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Construction:

  • Lay out the rows, starting and ending with a Finishing Piece.
  • Make:
Three columns of #1
Three columns of #2
One column of #3
Four columns of #4
Four columns of #5



  • Pin the coordinating pieces of each column together.
  • Offset the end ¼″—the seam allowance width. Stitch. Repeat for each column.

  • Join the block pairs with a 1/4″ seam allowance.





  • Finally, stitch the columns into a quilt top. Simple as that!







Linda finished her patriotic tumbler quilt with in-the-ditch style quilting.







Tumbler Flag Quilt Tutorial designed by Linda Coon




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Supplies, Fabrics, and Notions:


Grandmother's One Patch Template: Tumbler Block by Nancy Zieman
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Note from Nancy: Consider using all the red, white, and blue scraps to bust your fabric stash. I think you’ll be pleased with the color-coordinated, scrappy results.

Cutting Tumblers:

Red: Cut 131 tumblers and 23 finishing pieces from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
Off-White: Cut 138 tumblers from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
Navy: Cut 55 tumblers and seven finishing pieces from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
  • For each solid fabric tumbler, the cutting directions are the same.
  • Stack several cut strips of fabric.


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  • Align the template as close to the cut end as possible.
  • Trace along each edge.
  • Flip the template, align the traced edge with the template side, and trace the other side of the Tumbler shape. Repeat the process until the entire fabric strip has been marked.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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  • Trace and cut the Finishing Pieces.
  • Begin by aligning the template area of the Finishing Piece at the narrow end of the strip. Trace along the template area.


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  • Flip the template, align the traced edge with the template, and trace the center Tumbler shape. Repeat the process until the entire fabric strip has been marked with half-tumbler shapes.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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  • Create the pieced blue and off-white strips.
  • Use a 1/4″ seam to stitch together the 1-3/4″ wide off-white fabric strip and the 3-1/4″ wide navy fabric strip.
  • Press the seam allowance towards the navy blue fabric.


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  • Cut 36 tumblers from 4-1/2″ strata strips.


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Note From Nancy: For the red and white fabrics, simply rotate the tumbler template 180° to nest the shapes next to each other.
For the pieced strip, in order to keep the white at the top of the tumbler shape, cut pieces in the same direction. Always place the widest part of the template along the blue fabric strip. There will be a slight waste of fabric.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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Construction:

  • Lay out the rows, starting and ending with a Finishing Piece.
  • Make:
Three columns of #1
Three columns of #2
One column of #3
Four columns of #4
Four columns of #5


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  • Pin the coordinating pieces of each column together.
  • Offset the end ¼″—the seam allowance width. Stitch. Repeat for each column.
  • Join the block pairs with a 1/4″ seam allowance.



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  • Finally, stitch the columns into a quilt top. Simple as that!



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Linda finished her patriotic tumbler quilt with in-the-ditch style quilting.


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- See more at: http://www.nancyzieman.com/blog/quilting-2/patriotic-tumbler-flag-quilt-tutorial/#sthash.c98LzbDC.dpuf

Tumbler Flag Quilt Tutorial designed by Linda Coon




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Supplies, Fabrics, and Notions:


Grandmother's One Patch Template: Tumbler Block by Nancy Zieman
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Note from Nancy: Consider using all the red, white, and blue scraps to bust your fabric stash. I think you’ll be pleased with the color-coordinated, scrappy results.

Cutting Tumblers:

Red: Cut 131 tumblers and 23 finishing pieces from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
Off-White: Cut 138 tumblers from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
Navy: Cut 55 tumblers and seven finishing pieces from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
  • For each solid fabric tumbler, the cutting directions are the same.
  • Stack several cut strips of fabric.


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  • Align the template as close to the cut end as possible.
  • Trace along each edge.
  • Flip the template, align the traced edge with the template side, and trace the other side of the Tumbler shape. Repeat the process until the entire fabric strip has been marked.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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  • Trace and cut the Finishing Pieces.
  • Begin by aligning the template area of the Finishing Piece at the narrow end of the strip. Trace along the template area.


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  • Flip the template, align the traced edge with the template, and trace the center Tumbler shape. Repeat the process until the entire fabric strip has been marked with half-tumbler shapes.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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  • Create the pieced blue and off-white strips.
  • Use a 1/4″ seam to stitch together the 1-3/4″ wide off-white fabric strip and the 3-1/4″ wide navy fabric strip.
  • Press the seam allowance towards the navy blue fabric.


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  • Cut 36 tumblers from 4-1/2″ strata strips.


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Note From Nancy: For the red and white fabrics, simply rotate the tumbler template 180° to nest the shapes next to each other.
For the pieced strip, in order to keep the white at the top of the tumbler shape, cut pieces in the same direction. Always place the widest part of the template along the blue fabric strip. There will be a slight waste of fabric.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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Construction:

  • Lay out the rows, starting and ending with a Finishing Piece.
  • Make:
Three columns of #1
Three columns of #2
One column of #3
Four columns of #4
Four columns of #5


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  • Pin the coordinating pieces of each column together.
  • Offset the end ¼″—the seam allowance width. Stitch. Repeat for each column.
  • Join the block pairs with a 1/4″ seam allowance.



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  • Finally, stitch the columns into a quilt top. Simple as that!



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Linda finished her patriotic tumbler quilt with in-the-ditch style quilting.


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- See more at: http://www.nancyzieman.com/blog/quilting-2/patriotic-tumbler-flag-quilt-tutorial/#sthash.c98LzbDC.dpuf

Tumbler Flag Quilt Tutorial designed by Linda Coon




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Supplies, Fabrics, and Notions:


Grandmother's One Patch Template: Tumbler Block by Nancy Zieman
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Note from Nancy: Consider using all the red, white, and blue scraps to bust your fabric stash. I think you’ll be pleased with the color-coordinated, scrappy results.

Cutting Tumblers:

Red: Cut 131 tumblers and 23 finishing pieces from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
Off-White: Cut 138 tumblers from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
Navy: Cut 55 tumblers and seven finishing pieces from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
  • For each solid fabric tumbler, the cutting directions are the same.
  • Stack several cut strips of fabric.


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  • Align the template as close to the cut end as possible.
  • Trace along each edge.
  • Flip the template, align the traced edge with the template side, and trace the other side of the Tumbler shape. Repeat the process until the entire fabric strip has been marked.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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  • Trace and cut the Finishing Pieces.
  • Begin by aligning the template area of the Finishing Piece at the narrow end of the strip. Trace along the template area.


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  • Flip the template, align the traced edge with the template, and trace the center Tumbler shape. Repeat the process until the entire fabric strip has been marked with half-tumbler shapes.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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  • Create the pieced blue and off-white strips.
  • Use a 1/4″ seam to stitch together the 1-3/4″ wide off-white fabric strip and the 3-1/4″ wide navy fabric strip.
  • Press the seam allowance towards the navy blue fabric.


803


  • Cut 36 tumblers from 4-1/2″ strata strips.


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Note From Nancy: For the red and white fabrics, simply rotate the tumbler template 180° to nest the shapes next to each other.
For the pieced strip, in order to keep the white at the top of the tumbler shape, cut pieces in the same direction. Always place the widest part of the template along the blue fabric strip. There will be a slight waste of fabric.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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Construction:

  • Lay out the rows, starting and ending with a Finishing Piece.
  • Make:
Three columns of #1
Three columns of #2
One column of #3
Four columns of #4
Four columns of #5


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  • Pin the coordinating pieces of each column together.
  • Offset the end ¼″—the seam allowance width. Stitch. Repeat for each column.
  • Join the block pairs with a 1/4″ seam allowance.



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  • Finally, stitch the columns into a quilt top. Simple as that!



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Linda finished her patriotic tumbler quilt with in-the-ditch style quilting.


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- See more at: http://www.nancyzieman.com/blog/quilting-2/patriotic-tumbler-flag-quilt-tutorial/#sthash.c98LzbDC.dpuf

Tumbler Flag Quilt Tutorial designed by Linda Coon




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Supplies, Fabrics, and Notions:


Grandmother's One Patch Template: Tumbler Block by Nancy Zieman
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Note from Nancy: Consider using all the red, white, and blue scraps to bust your fabric stash. I think you’ll be pleased with the color-coordinated, scrappy results.

Cutting Tumblers:

Red: Cut 131 tumblers and 23 finishing pieces from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
Off-White: Cut 138 tumblers from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
Navy: Cut 55 tumblers and seven finishing pieces from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
  • For each solid fabric tumbler, the cutting directions are the same.
  • Stack several cut strips of fabric.


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  • Align the template as close to the cut end as possible.
  • Trace along each edge.
  • Flip the template, align the traced edge with the template side, and trace the other side of the Tumbler shape. Repeat the process until the entire fabric strip has been marked.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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  • Trace and cut the Finishing Pieces.
  • Begin by aligning the template area of the Finishing Piece at the narrow end of the strip. Trace along the template area.


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  • Flip the template, align the traced edge with the template, and trace the center Tumbler shape. Repeat the process until the entire fabric strip has been marked with half-tumbler shapes.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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  • Create the pieced blue and off-white strips.
  • Use a 1/4″ seam to stitch together the 1-3/4″ wide off-white fabric strip and the 3-1/4″ wide navy fabric strip.
  • Press the seam allowance towards the navy blue fabric.


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  • Cut 36 tumblers from 4-1/2″ strata strips.


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Note From Nancy: For the red and white fabrics, simply rotate the tumbler template 180° to nest the shapes next to each other.
For the pieced strip, in order to keep the white at the top of the tumbler shape, cut pieces in the same direction. Always place the widest part of the template along the blue fabric strip. There will be a slight waste of fabric.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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Construction:

  • Lay out the rows, starting and ending with a Finishing Piece.
  • Make:
Three columns of #1
Three columns of #2
One column of #3
Four columns of #4
Four columns of #5


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  • Pin the coordinating pieces of each column together.
  • Offset the end ¼″—the seam allowance width. Stitch. Repeat for each column.
  • Join the block pairs with a 1/4″ seam allowance.



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  • Finally, stitch the columns into a quilt top. Simple as that!



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Linda finished her patriotic tumbler quilt with in-the-ditch style quilting.


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- See more at: http://www.nancyzieman.com/blog/quilting-2/patriotic-tumbler-flag-quilt-tutorial/#sthash.c98LzbDC.dpuf

Tumbler Flag Quilt Tutorial designed by Linda Coon




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Supplies, Fabrics, and Notions:


Grandmother's One Patch Template: Tumbler Block by Nancy Zieman
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Note from Nancy: Consider using all the red, white, and blue scraps to bust your fabric stash. I think you’ll be pleased with the color-coordinated, scrappy results.

Cutting Tumblers:

Red: Cut 131 tumblers and 23 finishing pieces from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
Off-White: Cut 138 tumblers from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
Navy: Cut 55 tumblers and seven finishing pieces from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
  • For each solid fabric tumbler, the cutting directions are the same.
  • Stack several cut strips of fabric.


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  • Align the template as close to the cut end as possible.
  • Trace along each edge.
  • Flip the template, align the traced edge with the template side, and trace the other side of the Tumbler shape. Repeat the process until the entire fabric strip has been marked.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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  • Trace and cut the Finishing Pieces.
  • Begin by aligning the template area of the Finishing Piece at the narrow end of the strip. Trace along the template area.


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  • Flip the template, align the traced edge with the template, and trace the center Tumbler shape. Repeat the process until the entire fabric strip has been marked with half-tumbler shapes.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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  • Create the pieced blue and off-white strips.
  • Use a 1/4″ seam to stitch together the 1-3/4″ wide off-white fabric strip and the 3-1/4″ wide navy fabric strip.
  • Press the seam allowance towards the navy blue fabric.


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  • Cut 36 tumblers from 4-1/2″ strata strips.


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Note From Nancy: For the red and white fabrics, simply rotate the tumbler template 180° to nest the shapes next to each other.
For the pieced strip, in order to keep the white at the top of the tumbler shape, cut pieces in the same direction. Always place the widest part of the template along the blue fabric strip. There will be a slight waste of fabric.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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Construction:

  • Lay out the rows, starting and ending with a Finishing Piece.
  • Make:
Three columns of #1
Three columns of #2
One column of #3
Four columns of #4
Four columns of #5


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  • Pin the coordinating pieces of each column together.
  • Offset the end ¼″—the seam allowance width. Stitch. Repeat for each column.
  • Join the block pairs with a 1/4″ seam allowance.



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  • Finally, stitch the columns into a quilt top. Simple as that!



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Linda finished her patriotic tumbler quilt with in-the-ditch style quilting.


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- See more at: http://www.nancyzieman.com/blog/quilting-2/patriotic-tumbler-flag-quilt-tutorial/#sthash.c98LzbDC.dpuf

Tumbler Flag Quilt Tutorial designed by Linda Coon




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Supplies, Fabrics, and Notions:


Grandmother's One Patch Template: Tumbler Block by Nancy Zieman
803


Note from Nancy: Consider using all the red, white, and blue scraps to bust your fabric stash. I think you’ll be pleased with the color-coordinated, scrappy results.

Cutting Tumblers:

Red: Cut 131 tumblers and 23 finishing pieces from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
Off-White: Cut 138 tumblers from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
Navy: Cut 55 tumblers and seven finishing pieces from 4-1/2″ crosswise strips.
  • For each solid fabric tumbler, the cutting directions are the same.
  • Stack several cut strips of fabric.


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  • Align the template as close to the cut end as possible.
  • Trace along each edge.
  • Flip the template, align the traced edge with the template side, and trace the other side of the Tumbler shape. Repeat the process until the entire fabric strip has been marked.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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  • Trace and cut the Finishing Pieces.
  • Begin by aligning the template area of the Finishing Piece at the narrow end of the strip. Trace along the template area.


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  • Flip the template, align the traced edge with the template, and trace the center Tumbler shape. Repeat the process until the entire fabric strip has been marked with half-tumbler shapes.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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  • Create the pieced blue and off-white strips.
  • Use a 1/4″ seam to stitch together the 1-3/4″ wide off-white fabric strip and the 3-1/4″ wide navy fabric strip.
  • Press the seam allowance towards the navy blue fabric.


803


  • Cut 36 tumblers from 4-1/2″ strata strips.


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Note From Nancy: For the red and white fabrics, simply rotate the tumbler template 180° to nest the shapes next to each other.
For the pieced strip, in order to keep the white at the top of the tumbler shape, cut pieces in the same direction. Always place the widest part of the template along the blue fabric strip. There will be a slight waste of fabric.


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  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut on each marked line.


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Construction:

  • Lay out the rows, starting and ending with a Finishing Piece.
  • Make:
Three columns of #1
Three columns of #2
One column of #3
Four columns of #4
Four columns of #5


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  • Pin the coordinating pieces of each column together.
  • Offset the end ¼″—the seam allowance width. Stitch. Repeat for each column.
  • Join the block pairs with a 1/4″ seam allowance.



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  • Finally, stitch the columns into a quilt top. Simple as that!



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Linda finished her patriotic tumbler quilt with in-the-ditch style quilting.


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- See more at: http://www.nancyzieman.com/blog/quilting-2/patriotic-tumbler-flag-quilt-tutorial/#sthash.c98LzbDC.dpuf

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