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Accuquilt GO! Heart Applique Wall Hanging - Free Project

February is right around the corner, so we're breaking out our Accuquilt to create this loving heart applique wall hanging. This simple pattern is great for a beginner or a quick project for an experienced quilter -- either way, you'll love putting it together.

Easy Quilting Project

Heart Accuquilt Die

Great news! The Heart 2", 3", 4" Accuquilt die used to complete this wall hanging is on SALE! Say what?! That's right, it's available for a great low price through the end of January.

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Fabric requirements

Fabric 1—1⁄4 yard or fat quarter for block background fabric (as shown, the light pink fabric) Fabric 2—3⁄8 yard for sashing and appliqué fabric (as shown, the darker pink print fabric) Fabric 3—3⁄8 yard for binding and appliqué fabric (as shown, the green dot fabric) • Fusible web—1⁄2 yard • Backing—1⁄3 yard • Batting—12" x 33"

Cutting directions

Fabric 1: Cut 4—61⁄2" squares

Fabric 2: Cut 3—11⁄2" strips across the width of fabric (WOF) for sashing • Cut 2—4" hearts with fusible web backing • Cut 2—3" hearts with fusible web backing

Fabric 3: Cut 2—21⁄2" strips across the WOF for binding • Cut 2—4" hearts with fusible web backing • Cut 2—3" hearts with fusible web backing

Sewing directions

  1. Remove paper backings from appliqué shapes.
  2. Following diagram, position appliqué shapes on each background fabric 61⁄2" square. Remember to allow for seam allowances. Fuse in place following manufacturer’s directions.
  3. Machine appliqué edges of shapes with matching thread and a narrow zigzag or narrow satin stitch.
  4. Layout appliquéd blocks according to diagram.
  5. Subcut one Fabric #2, 11⁄2" strip into three, 11⁄2" x 61⁄2" rectangles for sashing.
  6. Pin and sew rectangles between blocks. Press seams toward rectangles.
  7. Pin and sew Fabric #2, 11⁄2" strips to sides first, then top and bottom of wall hanging center. Press seams toward strips.

Quilting and finishing

  1. Layer batting between wall hanging top and backing.
  2. Pin or baste layers together.
  3. Model was machine quilted with outline quilting around appliqué shapes and in the ditch around background fabric squares.
  4. Add binding, mitering corners, adding a hanging sleeve, if desired, before hand stitching binding to back of wall hanging.
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