Giveaway! Chicken Soup – Part 3

Today, another guest post from Anne Wiens, a member of QM’s Scrap Squad.

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Soup’s on!

It’s time to reveal the wallhanging we’re making with the V-Blocks units we made in Part 1 of this blog series, and the Split Rects units from Part 2. Remember to leave a comment at the end of this blog for a chance to win both tools, plus two bundles of fat quarters (a total of 22 FQs) from the Rooster Royale and Canvas collections by Quilting Treasures.

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“Chicken Soup” by Anne Wiens – 2013

In addition to the V-Blocks and Split Rects units we’ve already made, you need to cut and/or sew these units:

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Trim one chicken panel to 8-1/2″ x 8-1/2″.

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Cut four 2-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ strips from the red striped fabric.

Cut four 2-1/2″ squares and eight 2-1/2″ x 12-1/2″ strips from the black & red floral.

Cut three 2-1/2″ strips from the black & white floral, one from the dark gray and two from the white. Use these to make four black/gray 4-patches, and twelve black/white 4-patches.

They didn’t make it into the photo, but you will also need to “fussy cut” four 4-1/2″ squares from the scattered chicken fabric. You see them in the center of the star block below.

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You will need to make four of these star blocks. To keep the chickens in the center right-side up, you need to put the black/gray 4-patch in a different corner in each block. (Sneak a peak at the last photo below, and you’ll see what I mean.) The star blocks are the four corners of the wallhanging. Sew the 2-1/2″ x 12-1/2″ red & black floral strips to the sides opposite the black/gray 4-patches, as shown below.

2013 Chicken Soup 2 Giveaway! Chicken Soup – Part 3Now you need to make four “chevron” sections, shown above right. You will use all of the split rects pairs we made in  Part 2. The red diamond unit is made by sewing two of the red floral and white/gray V-blocks units into pairs. The red strip in the illustration is your 2-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ striped fabric strips.

So, now you have four star block units, four chevron units, and one 8-1/2″ square panel. Time to put it all together!

GEDC1493 1024x768 Giveaway! Chicken Soup – Part 3Lay out the blocks as shown. Sew into three rows and sew the rows together to complete your Chicken Soup top. The top should measure 36-1/2″ x 36-1/2″.

With ten different fabrics in this top, you probably don’t need a lot of quilting, but I decided to turn my quilt over to Nicole Brouillette, another member of the QM Scrap Squad and a professional long-arm quilter. In an upcoming post, Nicole will walk us through the process of deciding how a quilt should be quilted. 

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Because only one lucky Quilty Pleasures reader will win the fat quarter bundles, here is a list of the fabrics used to make Chicken Soup. (Note: WOF = Width of Fabric.)

Rooster Royale (Quilting Treasures)

22779 j copy 150x150 Giveaway! Chicken Soup – Part 322779-J Panel. Choose 1 mini panel

22780 j copy 150x150 Giveaway! Chicken Soup – Part 322780-J   Scattered Chickens on Black. Fussy-cut four 4-1/2″ squares for star centers.

22783 r copy 150x150 Giveaway! Chicken Soup – Part 322783-R   Red Chicken Wire. 1/4 yard. One 5″ x WOF strip for V-Block star points.

22784 k copy 150x150 Giveaway! Chicken Soup – Part 322784-K   Gray Linen.  1/4 yard. One 2-1/2″ x WOF strip for 4-patches. One 5″ x WOF strip for Split Rects.

Canvas (Quilting Treasures)

22808 j repeat copy 150x150 Giveaway! Chicken Soup – Part 322808-J Packed Floral   1/2 yard. One 5″ x WOF for Split Rects. Three 2-1/2″ x WOF for border strips & squares.

22809 j repeat copy 150x150 Giveaway! Chicken Soup – Part 322809-J Spaced Linear Floral.  1/4 yard. Three 2-1/2″ x WOF strips for 4-patches.

22810 r nir copy 150x150 Giveaway! Chicken Soup – Part 322810-R Stripe. 1/4-yard. Four 2-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ strips.

22812 zk copy 150x150 Giveaway! Chicken Soup – Part 322812-ZK. Little Lines.  1/3 yard.  Two 5″ x WOF for V-Block center triangles, side triangles, and Split Rects.

22811 j nir copy 150x150 Giveaway! Chicken Soup – Part 322811-J Small Floral. 1/4 yard. One 5″ x WOF strip for V-Block center triangles.

22812 r repeat copy 150x150 Giveaway! Chicken Soup – Part 322812-R  Little Lines. 1/3 yard. Four 2-1/4″ x WOF strips for binding.

Additional: 1/2 yard of a white-on-white print. Two 5″ x WOF for V-Block center triangles and Split Rects. Two 2-1/2″ x WOF strips for 4-patches.

Backing: 1-1/8 yard

Batting: 40″ x 40″

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Quiltmaker thanks Anne Wiens for these great posts explaining how the V-Block and Split Rects tools work, for designing a fun little quilt and for making it ahead of deadline. Now it’s giveaway time. Please leave a comment below before midnight Sunday, Sept. 15 to be entered. The giveaway is for both rulers and the fabrics from Quilting Treasures. What a deal!

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539 Responses to Giveaway! Chicken Soup – Part 3

  1. What a great giveaway! Hope it applies to UK residents too!

  2. Vicki Squire says:

    These would be so fun to work with!

  3. Sandra Green says:

    Love the fabric. The colors just pop. Would love to have the rulers. anything to make
    my life better.lo

  4. Patty Morales says:

    That is an awesome quilt! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Sandy Gray says:

    LOVE the fabric. The colors play so well together I am willing to take it off your hands. Lol

  6. Sheila Louise Chapman says:

    right now… working on Quilted Christmas Stockings for Troops overseas.

    But this Winter will need another project.

  7. Sue Hempfling says:

    Love the roosters! The layout is gorgeous!!

  8. Rachell R says:

    I would totally love to win a fabric bundle. My sister has chickens and loves animals–she’s almost done with Vet Tech school. I haven’t made my sister a quilt yet, and I think she’d adore this one.
    reillyr2(at)hotmail.com

  9. Anne Welker says:

    I love this pattern, I can see it made using flowers or animals for the focus fabric!

  10. Ruth Ann Jones says:

    Holy Fabric Batman! Love the fabric, colors and that chicken.. Awesome giveaway!

  11. Elizabeth_T says:

    Fabulous fabrics .. I absolutely adore chickens!

  12. Donna P says:

    Would so love to win! What a way to expand my quilting horizons!

  13. Cyd Runde says:

    Cluck, cluck! Would want this more than a rooster!!

  14. Joyce says:

    I love chickens and quilting.. a perfect pair!

  15. Sandi Craven says:

    I would love to win!!

  16. Terri says:

    Chickens?! Love chickens! Would love to win this fabric. Thanks for giving me a chance.

  17. Sandi Craven says:

    It would be a blessing to win such a nice gift

  18. Barbara Stewart says:

    Love this quilt…and the fabrics!!

  19. Jeanne Gwin says:

    Wow, how did you know I loved Chickens, hubby and I both raise them and work to get some really pretty color mixes. I hope I am the lucky winner of this great package. Loving the quilt.

  20. very nice! Love the chicken fabric! Can’t wait to do one of these, Thank-you

  21. dalena ramos says:

    this is a cool design. love it as a wall quilt be really nice. thanks for the pattern.

  22. Jerry Beavers says:

    Love the bright colors. Thanks for the chance to win.

  23. Jenny Moore says:

    Great fabrics, with this chicken theme. I hope I am the lucky one to win this Package.

  24. Vickie VanDyken says:

    whoot whoot ..love to win new tools :)
    Thanks!!!

  25. D. Halla says:

    Great fabrics, the chicken theme is a classic. I will be making this one. Thanks

  26. Kris B says:

    Great ideas! The ruler would be used for I have had the 54 Forty Fight block on my want to make list.

  27. Becky Couture says:

    That looks like fun! What a great quilt!

  28. Pat Merten says:

    What a cute wall hanging, Love all the triangles and the fabulous fabrics. Hope I win.

  29. Rebecca Schmitt says:

    How cute! I love the chickens – my kitchen is done with chickens and red, I would love to work with this fabric for something in there!

  30. LizA. says:

    What a cute project. I love all the angles. The ruler looks like a super tool to add to my collection.

  31. Peg says:

    chickens are my daughter’s favorite things.

  32. K B Parnell says:

    Different design, uses traditional pieces in a new way…very interesting!! Keep bringing us new twists on old favorites!!

  33. Colette says:

    OMG…this is so darn cute! Anne you did it again!

  34. Cheryl says:

    What a sweet quilt design! I love the chicken theme. Especially like the red chicken wire print and the red/black/white floral one. And the chickens, of course! :-)

  35. M.Elena Ramirez says:

    This is awesome and fun. Great!!!!

  36. Nancy Reed says:

    This is a great piece. Would look really nice in my daughters kitchen!

  37. Joyce Carter says:

    What a fun quilt to make! I really like this. Thank you for the giveaway.

  38. Barb says:

    This is a wonderful design would be so fun to make. Thanks Anne

  39. Sue Stroud says:

    I really need these fat quarters! I was raised on a small farm in southern Indiana. My father raised chickens. I remember the roosters and hens–I am wanting to redo my kitchen in this in honor of my father and mother. If I win I will be able to do this.

  40. Barbara Jean Tomas says:

    Love this adorable quilt. How cute is this!? And the houndstooth around the chicken is fabulous. This pattern would also look great in different colorways. Great job!

  41. Mary Nemarich says:

    I have always adored birds of a feather….. this is so perfect. Love, Love :)

  42. Barbara Jean Tomas says:

    How cute is this!? And the houndstooth around the chicken is fabulous. This pattern would also look great in different colorways. Great job!

  43. Ann Glines says:

    Love the bright and festive colors. I could have some fun with this.

  44. Lorraine Skarzynski says:

    I want the chicken,I need the chicken, please let me win the chicken

    Lorraine

  45. Meri Bushey says:

    I like the quilt though I’d change some of the fabrics. I like how the rooster is highlighted in the fussy cutting in the blocks.

  46. Christine M says:

    Your quilt is just gorgeous. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

  47. Katrina says:

    This looks like such a cute quilt. Would love to win this package so I could make it.

  48. Brunilda Pina-Noble says:

    Love it. It would make a nice gift to one of my co-workers. She loves hens, roosters and sunflowers.

  49. Debbie Arrington says:

    Love this quilt! My husband and I got our first batch of chicks in February and are having a blast with our little flock. This quilt will make a great addition to our flock!

  50. iHeartQuilting says:

    I love chickens and roosters in fabric! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  51. Judith Gale says:

    What a wonderful opportunity! I love chickens!

  52. Connie Burgess says:

    It’s my first year of having chickens since moving to the US. This looks like a blast!!

  53. Linda Halcomb says:

    Cock-a-doodle do, when I think of winning I drool! LOL

  54. Rose Rule says:

    I love the way the shapes pop out of the quilt! And also love the rooster & the fabric!!! Thank you for sharing such a great quilt!!!

  55. Anna Marie Houck says:

    This would be a really fun quilt to make! I would give to my sister as she has a rooster theme in her kitchen!

  56. Bonnie Meadows says:

    I love all of this.

  57. Julie A.B. says:

    This giveaway is a fun & educational ! ~Good Luck to Us All~

  58. Joy Meetis says:

    What a fun quilt! I would be lucky to win, thanks for the chance!

  59. Sheri says:

    wow what a neat idea, would be great to win it would be made for my mom she loves Roosters
    thanks for the chance

  60. Jackie Slagle says:

    Love this, so unique and very stunning!

  61. Jackie Slagle says:

    Love this I would love to make it!

  62. Mom C says:

    What a fun pattern. It would be so great to win, I would use everything. Thanks.

  63. Fayzer says:

    I meant cute!

  64. Fayzer says:

    What a cut wall hanging.

  65. Gwendolyn Clark says:

    One cute quilt. Very cute fabric. I think I need the rulers. Thanks for the giveaway.

  66. Shelley Slocum says:

    Love the fabric, rulers, and quilt. Great directions with the rulers. I would love to win this and then make it. Thanks for offering this great giveaway!

  67. Sandra Arnold says:

    My son would love this!!

  68. Carole says:

    This would be such a beautiful quilt to make!

  69. Julie A. says:

    Very cute. Thanks

  70. Brandy Hallock says:

    thank you for the opportunity to win this give away. This pieced blocks are amazing, and I cannot wait to see the finished quilt.

  71. Sherry Walker says:

    Love chickens and love the blocks.

  72. Kelly Cline says:

    These fabrics are adorable!! Thanks for a great giveaway!

  73. Kelly Cline says:

    Love the prints. I’m not usually a chicken fabric fan, but these are adorable!

  74. Bjohn says:

    Thanks for the opportunity to win all this cool stuff.

  75. Bjohn says:

    Thanks for the opportunity to win all this fun stuff!

  76. Darla Dishman says:

    Love the prints, would go great in my Mom’s rooster and chicken kitchen. Good luck to everyone. I think my name is on it………………….

  77. GG Bocchino says:

    So fabulous! And interesting Layout-love it

  78. Maryln Fleming says:

    Great fabric line. Will blend beutifully with my current chicken quilt wall hanging.

  79. jean says:

    This is a gorgeous quilt…thanks for the chance to win also!

  80. Jane Freeman says:

    My kitchen has several chicken including a pair that my mother bought 75 years ago! A chicken quilt on my bench would be perfect. I love the fabrics especially the colors.

  81. Donna says:

    I have the perfect friend to give this to for a Christmas present. She doesn’t sew but I sure can make it for her. Love the chicken fabric and the color combination.

  82. Lori Raymond says:

    What a great idea for a table topper or a bigger quilt!! Love the colors and fabrics. Thanks for the tutorial.

  83. terri says:

    The chicken soup is wonderful, I wish I had the artistic ability to see this patterns in myself. Thanks for sharing!

  84. Karen M. Bauer says:

    Love chickens in the house, these colors are fabulous. Looking for the prints now.

  85. Sylvia says:

    Would love to make this for my country kitchen!

  86. great giveaway, would love to win. thanks

  87. Charlotte Czarnecki says:

    Love Love Love Chicken and Rooster prints. Great color choices. Amazing the tools we have now, can’t imagine making quilt tops without them!

  88. Shelly Babinchak says:

    Very cute! I would live to make this for my quilty friend Trina, AKA the chicken whisperer.

  89. Adorable wall-hanging!! The directions seem clear and easy to follow. Thank you!!

  90. carol says:

    I adore this fabric…and hens and roosters. I have a “rooster room”, actually my dining room, is filled with rooster and hen this and that… I must have this fabric and make this quilt… so glad I found it.

  91. Susan Paxton says:

    I love chickens…my kitchen is full of them…Would love to make this quilt to use as a table topper. Thanks for the chance to win!!

  92. Linda Webster says:

    I love the fabric – so cute! Thanks for the giveaway.

  93. Phyllis Godschall says:

    Love the roosters.

  94. claire says:

    I love this little “chick” quilt. Hope I win someday.

  95. Jennifer Willard says:

    Always liked the majestic looks of the Rooster. Love the colors & layout of this quilt.

  96. Debora Coatsworth says:

    Love this fabric; so vibrant. Thanks so much

  97. Cathleen Adolph says:

    These colors are fabulous! Totally changed my mind about what would work and what wouldn’t!! Thanks for inspiring me! I may need to go shopping ;-)

  98. valerie csmith says:

    I always loved farm animals–this is so cute

  99. Pati Cook says:

    What a great little quilt! really makes good use of those fabrics.

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