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Offset is a versatile pattern loaded with extras!
The pattern includes complete directions for making the cover quilt along with bonus information to inspire your creativity and make it your own.
* The Design Lesson explains the basic elements of the block, the quilt layout, and tips on fabric selection.
* The Design Exploration section illustrates optional ways the pattern can be used to create completely different looking quilts.
* A Coloring Page is also included so you can envision Offset using your own color choices.
There are so many possibilities with the Offset pattern, you’ll want to make more than one.
Offset is a fat quarter and 2 1/2” strip friendly quilt pattern.
The pattern works well with small to medium scale prints, batiks, and solids. Any style of fabric, modern or traditional looks great. Choose your favorites and have fun. The finished block size is 10” x 10”
Throw size: 60” x 80”
Need a different size? Just make more or less blocks to get to the size you need. The design is based on an even number of blocks across and down, but odd numbers can work too. The design will just be a little different.
Fabric requirements are given for strips, fat quarters, and cut yardage so you can choose what works best for you.
You Will Also Need:
Basic quilting supplies including a rotary cutter, mat and quilter’s ruler.
You are welcome to make quilts from the Offset pattern to sell at handmade markets only. Credit for the design must be given to Anne Deister/SpringLeaf Studios. You may not reproduce, distribute, sell or commercialize the Offset pattern in any form. Please inquire with the designer about wholesale patterns or large quantities orders for teaching.
I hope you enjoy the versatility of the Offset pattern. Make it your own.
Note: Set your printer to landscape format for printing. If you have any printing problems try choosing "print as image" in the dialog box.
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