Brickyard - PDF Pattern

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Brickyard cover image.jpg
Brickyard cover back.jpg
Brickyard 14.jpg
Brickyard 7.jpg
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Brickyard - PDF Pattern

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Brickyard is a perfect quilt for beginners because it is fast and easy to make!  Use a solid colored or tone-on-tone fabric for the negative space on either side of the brickyard and the quilting will be the star! Optionally, you can use a lovely focal fabric in the negative space to feature its beauty instead.

 

Multiple sizes are included in the pattern. For fabric requirements, view the second photo (click the photos to expand them). The cover quilt is Lap size. Finished block is 4" high--the width varies by quilt size. This pattern is recommended for a beginner with basic quilting skills.

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This is an 8 page PDF pattern that you can instantly download and print after purchase. There are no shipping costs.

The pattern includes:

  • Detailed fabric requirements and cutting instructions for 5 sizes
  • An in-depth look at the quilt design so you can choose the right fabrics for the look you want
  • Multiple looks, depending on the focal fabric you choose for the negative space
  • Complete directions for making the quilt using yardage, jelly rolls, fat quarters, or fat eighths
  • Illustrated step by step instructions for assembling the quilt top and piecing the back
  • Complete directions that walk you through sewing the blocks together and arranging and assembling blocks into a completed quilt top
  • Pressing directions that ensure your seams will lock in place when sewing units and blocks together
  • Recommendations for quilting the completed quilt

All rights reserved. This pattern is for your personal use only and cannot be copied or resold. Do not distribute this pattern without permission. Items made from this pattern can be sold commercially through a small business in limited quantities provided attribution is clearly made to The Inquiring Quilter and www.inquiringquilter.com.