This pattern was designed back in 2017 and written especially for quilt along style construction where you cut fabrics as you go instead of at the beginning. Each section will tell you the fabrics needed to complete it. Because the fabric requirements are broken into foreground and background, each section will also tell you which fabric should be cut from the background fabrics. This doesn’t mean that you have to use certain fabrics in certain places, by all means, do your own thing, but if you have purchased the amounts of fabrics stated in this pattern and are cutting foreground from foreground and background from background, you’ll have enough of each when you reach the end of the quilt.
Morning Sun is a sampler quilt perfect for beginners.
This quilt is made easier with the use of the EZ Dresden ruler, you can purchase one here. However, there is a template included if you prefer in the back of the pattern.
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