Coventry Garden Sew-Along – Part 5

Coventry Garden quilt by Marcea Owen

 

It’s finished and it’s so gorgeous!

Coventry Garden quilt by Marcea Owen

Let’s see how we got here.

You should have all your blocks sewn together. At this point, I like to lay it all out. It is my last chance to move my blocks around to get just the right positioning of each. I also add the last of the background pieces. Seeing it like this gives you one more chance to make changes.

**HINT – I step back and take a picture with my phone. Then I study the layout in that picture. For some reason the picture makes it easier to spot problems.

I think I am happy with my block Placements. My colors are spread out nicely. (this is the picture I looked at on my phone to make changes.) Now to put together the sections.

Start with the Block A’s on the sides of the quilt. Add a Piece P to both sides.

The Middle 2 Block A’s on the sides get sewn together and then add a Piece Q on one side. Make sure it is on the inside of the Section according to the layout.

For the top of the Center, it will start with 3 Sections. For the First and Third Sections, you will add Pieces O and N. For the Middle Section, you will add 2 Piece M’s. Sew the 3 Sections together. Make one more Center, only flip it upside down for the bottom.

Sew 4 Block B’s together for the Center.

Assembling the quilt is done in 3 columns.

First, Sew the sections together in each column.

Then, sew the 3 columns together.

At This point, you will add the final borders. If you are making the larger quilt, you will see the layout in the next picture.

Queen / King Instructions (88″ x 100″)

1. Cut (4) 8 1/2” x 21 1/2” for PIECE 1.
2. Cut (2) 8 1/2” x 22 1/2” for PIECE 2
3. Cut (4) 8 1/2” x 22” for PIECE 3.
4. Cut (2) 8 1/2” x 33 1/2” for PIECE 4.

BLOCK A

Cut (4) 8 1/2” x 2 1/2” for PIECE 5
Cut (8) 5 1/2” x 2” for PIECE 6
(4) Additional Block C’s

BLOCK B

Cut (8) 5 1/2” x 3 1/2” for PIECE 7
(8)Additional Block C’s

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