Shades of Scotland Quilt - 32" size
I reently went on a dream trip to Scotland. I couldn't take quilts with me to photograph with all that beautiful scenery - so I did the next best thing. I took quilt blocks instead. When I returned home, I wanted to put all the blocks together into the ultimate souvenir quilt. Which is what you see here.
This pattern contains the sixteen blocks - some traditional blocks, some designed from scratch - as well as the circular setting. It is all foundation pieced.
This version of the pattern is made with 4" finished blocks, and creates a 32" x 32" square. The size would work beautifully for the centre of a larger quilt, or for a baby quilt. (You can find a separate listing for a larger version of this quilt working with 6" finished blocks making a 48" x 48" square).
The beauty of this pattern is that if you don't particularly want to use the 16 smaller blocks included - you can switch them out with any 4" finished (4.5" unfinished) blocks and still place them into the circular design as shown in the diagram.
You will find 16 block patterns, as well as the pattern for the circular setting in this PDF. Please note it is quite a large file due to all the patterns included in it. Quarter inch seam allowance is included on all the templates.
There are two PDF versions included in your download - one is for Letter size paper (most commonly used in the US), and the other is for A4 sized paper (rest of the world). Print from the one that matches your paper size best. The different sizes are provided due to templates printing across pages and the necessity to tape them together before you start sewing.
Foundation paper piecing instructions are not included. Instructions on adding the curved centre to your blocks are included. You will need to print your pattern at 100% size, or no scaling or to actual size (wording varies from printer to printer, check your settings).