Summer Wine Quilt

The secret’s in the cutting of strips for this pretty quilt. Simply trim the ends of rectangles, then piece the shapes together for an advanced-looking project.

We’ve made a correction to this quilt pattern. For the corrected version, click here.

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9 thoughts on “Summer Wine Quilt

  1. not sure if doing something wrong, but when i cut my cream trapezoids at 13 7/8″ they are not fitting against the parallelograms, the parallelograms are approx. 18 7/8″ on each side What am I missing?

    1. Hi Mona — Thank you so very much for your comment and drawing our attention to this mistake! Although we do our best to always offer perfect patterns, an error creeps past us on occasion. Our apologies for the inconvenience. We will post a correction shortly. Again, our apologies for the error!

      1. I also have a problem and now have wasted approximately 2 1/2 yards of precious fabric not to mention the time spent pulling out my hair trying to figure out what I did wrong, then my husband looked at it and told me I did it the way it is written. a quick correction response would be appreciated. thank you

        1. Carrie, don’t mean to be a pain, but there is still an error in the cutting, I believe the cream fabric should be also cut longer, sorry for pestering you

          1. also just discovered with the change in length of rectangles, you need additional strips, 12 instead of 8, since now you only get two per strip, means I have to order more fabric again, this is getting to be a very frustrating and expensive project, not to mention it was to be a birthday gift for my hubby, now his day has passed and no gift except for a shoe box full of cut up fabric

          2. You are NEVER a pain! Especially, when you’re right! Thank you for the catch. You’ll find the updated correction (PDF download) on our Corrections page by clicking here. I’ve copied and pasted the update for the cream fabric found in the PDF download below. Thanks again!!

            From cream print, cut:
            • 8 (5 1⁄8″-wide) strips. From strips, cut 24 (5 1⁄8″ × 19 5⁄8″) B rectangles. Trim both ends of rectangles at 45-degree angle as shown in Trapezoid Diagrams.

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