I created the pdf (below) where I share thoughts on
'my questimated' fabric requirements as well as what type of pre-cuts may or may not work.
I think you should be able to download this pdf and print it off if you like. If not, join our Farmer's Wife Facebook group...you'll find it under the files tab.
Place your curser in the top right hand corner of the pdf insert below and click on the arrow for a full view (it's 2 pages), or use the bar on the right to scroll down. Zoom in too!
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On another note...
In the back of the Farmer's Wife Sample quilt book by Laurie Aaron Hird, there are fabric requirements for the border, sashing, cornerstones, and setting triangles. However, most of those requirements use the same fabric and are lumped together in one large fabric amount.
In my Farmer's Wife Revival Class 10, i list separate fabric allowances for each, making it easy for quilters to use different fabrics if they choose to do so.
Here's the book i'm talking about. If you have it, dust it off and take another look.
My Farmer's Wife Quilt Revival Classes use modern rotary cutting and piecing methods!
The block below called Attic Window is...SUPER EASY!!
Using my class methods, here's a look at how easy it is!
Seriously...how easy was that?
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Don't forget to take a look a the pdf above!