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Atlanta Mystery Quilt - Part 5

Guest Author - Kim Noblin

PART 5 - CONCLUSION


Step 1: Arrange two Sister's Choice blocks and two Square Dance blocks as shown below. Sew together to form rows.

Step 2: Sew the rows together to form the Atlanta block. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for a total of FOUR Atlanta blocks.

Step 3: Arrange your four Atlanta blocks as shown below. Sew together to form rows.

Step 4: Sew the rows together to finish the center of the quilt.

Step 5: Sew the dark inner borders to the sides, top, and bottom of the quilt in the order shown below:

Step 6: Sew two 4-1/2" x 25-1/2" strips together along one short side to form a top outer border strip. Repeat for the bottom border strip.

Step 7: Sew the unpieced medium fabric border strips to the left and right sides of the quilt. Sew the pieced strips (from Step 6) to the top and bottom of the quilt.

Step 8: Quilt and bind as desired.


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This content was written by Kim Noblin. If you wish to use this content in any manner, you need written permission. Contact Judie Bellingham for details.

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