Yesterday we started the Cosmic Fusion baby quilt. Now that you have your Cosmic Fusion strip sets made, it’s time to cut them into the lengths required for your modern baby quilt. Begin by straightening one edge of the strip set. I like to use one or more of the lines on my ruler as additional guides to make sure the edge is really straight. Just align the line on your ruler with one of the seams before cutting.
Use the diagram below as a cutting guide to cut your strip sets into units. Pay careful attention to the orientation of the strips in each strip set. You may have to add 1 or 2 more strips if your strip sets aren’t long enough.
Once the units are all cut out, it’s a good idea to put them on a design wall or on the floor, so you can check the overall design. Try to avoid having 2 identical fabrics next to each other. Sometimes you can just turn a strip, end for end, to avoid having this happen.
Here are my units on the design wall, all ready to sew.
I love working with this Cosmic Fusion fabric! Northcott fabric is always excellent quality and the width is usually a full 44″.
Now that your strip sets are all ready, be sure to come back tomorrow and I’ll give you some options for sewing your Cosmic Fusion units together to make your modern baby quilt.
This is part 2 of 5 in this series.
Go back to part 1: Making a Cosmic Fusion baby quilt!
Go to part 3: How to sew rickrack to your quilt like an expert