Sashing Row Details | Sweet On You Quilt

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We are in the final stages of the Sweet on You mystery sew along and it’s time to cut out the fabric pieces for each sashing row.

Let me show you how to look at your scraps in a whole new way by layering texture with pattern. Join me on the mystery Sweet On You quilt along adventure.

These simple rows will join together each row of colorful quilt blocks made during the past few weeks and help complete our Sweet On You layout.

Sashing Row Details:

 

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  • Size: 2 1/2″ x 63″ finished
  • Number of rows:  8

Cutting Details:

From background fabric:

  • Sashing size: 3″ x 32″
  • Number of pieces: 16Sashing Row Details | Sweet On You Quilt

After cutting, align background rectangles, right sides together. Pin and join pieces together with 1/4″ seam allowance. Press seam allowance to one side and repeat to complete 8 units.

Sweet On You Darling Dresden Row Final Layout

Join each row of sashing between your block rows as per diagram with 1/4″ seam allowance. Remember to press seam allowance to one side. Once complete it’s time to add the borders.

 

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ps- Special shout out to Shannon Fabrics for their constant support, amazing fabrics and continued sponsorship. Without partners like them, series like this would not be possible. Please be sure to visit them on Facebook to say thank you & hello.

 

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Comments

  1. I SIgned up but never received the pineapple smoothie block. How can I get it?

    • Hello Linda,
      I am sorry to hear that you are having trouble. I went back and can see that you signed up for the sew along back in May of 2017 and all emails were sent.
      To make things easy, I have gone ahead and restarted the sew along for you and you should be receiving the emails shortly. Please keep me posted on your progress!
      ~Heather

  2. Jenni Beckar says:

    Hey! This looks amazing. Would like to give a try to this technique. It might get difficult in the starting but might become handy with time.

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