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49 West 37th Street, New York, NY 10018tel: 212-686-5194 fax: 212-532-3525 Toll Free: 800-294-9495
www.henryglassfabrics.com
A Free Project Sheet From
Finished Quilt Size: 60½" x 60½"

Finished Quilt Size: 60½" x 60½"Finished Block Size: 12" x 12"
Garden Grove
Fabrics in the Collection
5953-22 5953-77 5953-88 5954-44 5954-66 5954-88
5955-44 5955-46 5955-77 5956-30 5956-33 5956-66
5957-30 5957-33 5957-88 5958-33 5958-77 5958-88
5959-22 5959-66 5959-77 5960-44 5960-66 5960-88

Page 1
∙ 1 1/4 DUGVRIWDQSULQWIRUEORFNVDQGERUGHUV
(5955-44)
∙ 1 DUGRIFUHDPSULQWIRUEORFNV )
∙ 1 1/8 DUGVRIPHGLXPEURZQSULQWIRUEORFNV
borders, appliqués, and binding (5957-33)
∙ 1 1/8 DUGRIWHDOSULQWIRURXWHUERUGHU )
∙ 1/2 DUGRIJUHHQSULQWIRUEORFNVERUGHUVYLQHV
and appliqués (5959-66)
∙ 19 fat eighths (9” x 22”) of assorted prints for
blocks, borders, and appliqués (5953-22, 88;
5954-66, 88; 5955-46, 77; 5956-30, 33, 66;
5957-30, 88; 5958-33, 77, 88; 5959-22, 77;
5960-44, 66, 88)
∙ 3 3/4 DUGVRIJROGSULQWIDEULFIRUEDFNLQJ
(5960-44)
∙ 1 square, 66” x 66”, of batting
∙ 3/8” bias bar
∙ Water-soluble liquid glue for fabric
∙ Basic supplies for quiltmaking and RXUIDYRULWH
appliqué method
Materials
Cutting Instructions Piecing the Star Blocks
and the Quilt Center
All pieces are sewn with right sides together using a 1/4”
seam allowance unless otherwise noted.
1. Use a pencil and an acrOLFUXOHUWRGUDZDVHZLQJ
line from corner to corner on the wrong side of 176 of the
assorted print 2 1/2” squares.
2. LaHUDSUHSDUHGDVVRUWHGSULQWVTXDUHRYHURQH
corner of a tan print 4 1/2” square. Stitch the pair together
on the drawn line. Press the resulting inner triangle open,
aligning the corner with the bottom laHUVWRNHHSLW
square. Trim awaWKHODers underneath the top triangle,
leaving a 1/4” seam allowance. In the same manner, stitch,
press, and trim a second prepared assorted print square to
the tan square to make a mirror-image point. Repeat for a
total of 16 star point units.
3. LaRXWRQHDVVRUWHGSULQWVTXDUHIRXUVWDU
point units, and four tan print 4 1/2” squares as shown.
Join the pieces in each horizontal row. Press the seam
allowances awaIURPWKHVWDUSRLQWV-RLQWKHURZV3UHVV
the seam allowances awaIURPWKHPLGGOHURZ5HSHDW
for a total of four tan print Star blocks measuring 12 1/2”
square, including the seam allowances.
Garden Grove
Please cut all pieces across the width of the fabric in the
order given, unless otherwise noted.
From the tan print, cut:

4 strips, 4 1/2” x 42”; crosscut into 32 squares,
4 1/2” x 4 1/2”
8 strips, 2 1/2” x 42”; crosscut into 52
rectangles,
2 1/2” x 4 1/2”, and 20 squares,
2 1/2” x 2 1/2”
From the cream print, cut:
5 strips, 4 1/2” x 42”; crosscut into 40 squares,
4 1/2” x 4 1/2”
From the medium brown print, cut:
4 strips, 2 1/2” x 40 1/2”
8 strips, 2 1/2” x 42”; crosscut 2 strips into 8
rectangles, 2 1/2” x 8 1/2”. The remaining
strips will be used for the binding.
Reserve the scraps.
From the teal print, cut:
4 strips, 8 1/2” x 40 1/2”
Reserve the scraps.
From the 1/2 DUGFXWRIJUHHQSULQWFXW:
Enough 1 1/4”-wide bias strips to make four strips,
40” each, when joined together end to end using
straight, not diagonal, seams. Reserve the scraps. From each of the assorted print fat eighths, and the
reserved brown, teal, and green print scraps, cut:

8 squares, 2 1/2” x 2 1/2” (combined total of 176)
From the remainder of the prints listed above, cut an
additional:
13 squares, 4 1/2” x 4 1/2” (star block center
squares)
4 squares, 2 1/2” x 2 1/2” (middle border
sashing squares)
Reserve the scraps for the appliqués.
From the reserved scraps of assorted green prints, cut:
20 leaves
20 reversed leaves
8 cal[HVV EXGEDVH)
From the remaining reserved prints, cut:
4 flowers
36 circles (flower centers, berries, and buds)

©2012 Henry Glass & Co., Inc.
Appliquéing the Quilt CenterPage 2
Garden Grove
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to piece 20 cream print star point
units and make a total of five cream print Star blocks.
5. Referring to the pictured quilt, laRXWWKH6WDUEORFNV
to form the quilt center. Join the blocks in each horizontal
row. Press the seam allowances open. Join the rows. Press
the seam allowances open. The pieced quilt center should
measure 36” square, including the seam allowances.
1. Join the 1 1/4”-wide green print bias strips together
end to end to make four pieced 40” strips. Press the
seam allowances to one side, all in the same direction.
With wrong sides together, fold each pieced strip in half
lengthwise and use a
scant 1/4” seam to stitch along the
long raw edges to make a tube. Use the bias bar to press
each tube flat, centering the seam so that it will be hidden
from the front. After removing the bias bar, applWLQ dots
of liquid fabric glue underneath each pressed seam and use
a hot, drLURQWRKHDWVHWWKHVHDPLQSODFH.
2. Dot the seam allowance of each prepared vine with
liquid fabric glue. Referring to the pictured quilt, la
the vines out along the Star block seams, forming gentle
curves as RXSRVLWLRQWKHPWULPDZD anH[FHVVYLQH
length. From the back of the quilt top, use a hot, drLURQWR
heat set the glue-basted vines. Use RXUIDYRULWHDSSOLTXp
method to stitch the vines in place.
3. Using the pictured quilt as a guide, work from the
bottom laHUWRWKHWRSWROD out, baste and stitch the
appliqués to the quilt center. 2. LaRXWQLQHSLHFHGVDZWRRWKXQLWVHQGWRHQGWRIRUP
a pieced strip. Join the units. Press the seam allowances
open. Repeat for a total of four pieced sawtooth strips.
3. Join a pieced sawtooth strip to the right and left sides
of the quilt center. Press the seam allowances toward
the quilt center. Join a tan print 2 1/2” square to each
end of the remaining pieced sawtooth strips. Press the
seam allowances toward the tan print. Join these strips
to the remaining sides of the quilt center. Press the seam
allowances toward the quilt center.
4. Join a medium brown print 2 1/2” x 40 1/2” strip
to the right and left sides of the quilt top. Press the seam
allowances toward the brown print. Join an assorted print
2 1/2” square to each end of the remaining 2 1/2” x 40
1/2” brown print strips. Press the seam allowances toward
the brown print. Join these strips to the remaining sides of
the quilt top. Press the seam allowances toward the brown
print.
5. LaRXWRQHDVVRUWHGSULQWVTXDUHIRXUSLHFHG
sawtooth units, and four tan print 2 1/2” squares as
shown. Join the pieces in each horizontal row. Press the
seam allowances awaIURPWKHVDZWRRWKXQLWV-RLQWKH
rows. Press the seam allowances awaIURPWKHPLGGOH
row. Repeat for a total of four pieced border Star blocks
measuring 8 1/2” square, including the seam allowances.
6. Join a medium brown print 2 1/2” x 8 1/2” rectangle
to each end of the teal print 8 1/2” x 40 1/2” strips. Press
the seam allowances toward the teal print. Join a pieced
teal strip to the right and left sides of the quilt top. Press
the seam allowances toward the teal print. Join a border
Star block to each end of the remaining pieced teal strips.
Press the seam allowances awaIURPWKH6WDUEORFNV
Join these pieced strips to the remaining sides of the quilt
top. Press the seam allowances awaIURPWKHTXLOWFHQWHU
The finished quilt top should now measure 60 1/2” square,
including the seam allowances.
Piecing and Adding the Borders
Completing the Quilt
LaHUWKHTXLOWWRSEDWWLQJDQGEDFNLQJ4XLOWWKHODers
as desired. Join the brown print 2 1/2” x 42” strips into one
length and use it to bind the quilt.
1. LaHUDSUHSDUHGDVVRUWHGSULQWVTXDUHRQWRRQH
end of a tan print 2 1/2” x 4 1/2” rectangle. Stitch the pair
together on the drawn line. Press and trim the resulting
point as previouslLQVWUXFWHG3RVLWLRQSUHVVDQGWULP
a second prepared assorted print 2 1/2” square onto the
remaining end of the rectangle to make a sawtooth unit.
Repeat for a total of 52 pieced sawtooth units.
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