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. Kendall Wagenhals says:

    This would look great in our “Country ” themed kitchen and on our Bench.

  2. Deb says:

    Love this patten. Need the rulers.

  3. Tami Chaulk says:

    I would love some rooster fabric! Thanks for the chance to win!

  4. Jean McMurry says:

    This fabric is awesome, I love the colors . The quilt is great too!

  5. I love this! My daughter rasies chickens so I am always looking for something with chickens to make her. Perfect for her kitchen. Hope you pick me!

  6. Sara Sultze says:

    I love the way the different blocks highlight the main pattern and give a feeling of such movement. Great pattern.

  7. donna says:

    Reds and blacks seem to be my favorite of late!

  8. Jacquie Billot says:

    Love red and black together. Thanks for a chance to win a great prize.

  9. Karen Mayberry says:

    Lovely Rooster Quilt. Love anything country.

  10. Sharon Ingalls says:

    Love the it

  11. Julie Misco says:

    Love the fabric-just awesome! Would really like to win and create this for my mother!

  12. Judy Maggio says:

    The red and black is really great. I like the flowered fabric and the stripes the best.

  13. judy p. says:

    i have decorated my kitchen for yrs with roosters and chickens this fabric will go with what i have i need some new curtains

  14. judy p. says:

    i love, love love this fabric! i have decorated my kitchen for yrs with roosters & chicken

  15. Karen Taylor says:

    I have already made one rooster quilt but I think I will be making another

  16. Karen Taylor says:

    I love this. I already made one Rooster quilt but think I will have to make another.

  17. Patricia S says:

    Love this fabric line!!! Thanks sew much for this chance to win :-D

  18. Jan Taylor says:

    Pretty cool. I like the way this looks.

  19. Rozann Mason says:

    I love patterns with elongated triangles, this is really cool.

  20. I would love to make this quilt for my DMIL. She loves chickens…hens and roosters. Thanks for the chance to win.

  21. Donna Russ says:

    I would love to make a chicken quilt for my best friend. she adores chickens, all kinds…. thanks for a chance to win….Love this quilt….

  22. maria hewitt says:

    I think, having been a chicken owner, that I would be tempted to put a crafy fox in one of the corners!

    ( hoping this competition is open to UK.. please?? )

  23. Martha Varino says:

    Reminds me of the summers on my grandpa’s farm.

  24. Martha Varino says:

    Reminds of my summers on my grandma and grandpa’s farm.

  25. usairdoll says:

    This a darling quilt and I’ve enjoyed all three days learning how to make it. The fabrics are beautiful and I’d love to add this to my “chicken” kitchen and dining room, fingers crossed, hehe.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)mail(dot)com

  26. Carol W says:

    Nice techniques and great fabrics!

  27. Cathryn says:

    Love the quilt! It always amazes me how a quilt can look so different depending on which fabrics a quilter uses when putting together the same quilt pattern.

  28. Kelly Sas says:

    Love the non-traditional colors in the Chicken Quilt and the pattern is wonderful too!

  29. Crystal Nolet says:

    Love the pattern.

  30. Lynda Parker says:

    Beautiful fabrics and tools I don’t have yet!

  31. Roberta Kennedy says:

    Nothing beats Chicken Soup! Great fabrics!

  32. Laura Rist says:

    Very cool! I especially like the split rectangle parts. Great work!

  33. sandie deahl says:

    if you saw my kitchen you would understand how much I love this!!

  34. Laura G. says:

    I really like how the fussy cut fabrics are highlighted and the diamonds are really cool. Black and white are always good to have in a quilt to make it pop.

  35. Louise Cheever says:

    Roosters have always been a favorite of mine. What a fun quilt. That black and white and red Packed Floral takes my breath away. Love it!

  36. kim carron says:

    Love this pattern. really love roosters and seems easy enough to make.

  37. kim carron says:

    This is a really cute quilt. seems really easy to make and I love roosters and hens.

  38. Cecilia says:

    This turned out great! I can’t wait to see how it will be quilted. Thanks for the chance to win.

  39. debra says:

    it is amazing how the all came together.

  40. Linda Yeager says:

    I never would of thought of putting chickens and floral fabrics together in the same quilt.

  41. Donna Beach says:

    It sure would be nice to win the two tools and fat quarters to get me back in the mood for quilting after to many years of working out side the home. Thanks for the opportunity :)

  42. Renea says:

    Very cute. My daughter in law has chickens in her kitchen and I know she would love this. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  43. Teresa Stonecypher says:

    Wonderful prints and pattern. Thanks for the chance to win.

  44. Elizabeth S says:

    Great giveaway today! Love black/white/red fabrics and chickens!!

  45. Kathy Gillis says:

    LOVE this pattern and the chicken is great. Hope I win

  46. Laura Deaver says:

    Fun! Thanks for the chance to win.

  47. Dorothy Grady says:

    How cute! Would love to make this to hang in my kitchen.

  48. Pam says:

    Oh the quilty possibilities! And it looks like less math too! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway opportunity!

  49. Anita Ezzell says:

    I love “giveaways “, maybe one of this days I’ll win one :)

  50. Peggy Moller says:

    Can’t wait to try this. Love it!

  51. Marcia Herath says:

    I love that quilt because it is so different.

  52. Lori Anderson says:

    I think making this quilt would be fun! Definitely not boring! Love it!

  53. Bonnie Larson says:

    Great quilt. Very striking.Thanks so much for sharing.

  54. Carolyn Howland says:

    I really like the way the blocks go together. The red along with the black and white makes the center block stand out. Thank you for the tutorials

  55. Lori Anderson says:

    I think it would be really fun making this quilt! Definitely not boring! Love it!

  56. Jan VanDeWalle says:

    Super cute chickens and what a fun giveaway. Thank you for sharing and giving us a chance to win.!!! ;)

  57. Rhonda Desgranges says:

    Great giveaway!!! I love chickens, and I can always use more fabrics and rulers.
    Thanks for the chance to win!!!!!

  58. Deanna Parker says:

    Would love to win the fabric and rulers to make this beautiful quilt!

  59. Deanna Parker says:

    Would love to win the rulers and fabric to make this beautiful quilt!

  60. Vicki Pemberton says:

    Love the fabrics! Pattern is cute also.

  61. I like the colors and I collect rulers. What else could I ask for?

  62. Lisa says:

    Adorable! Thanks for the giveaway!

  63. Darlene Crosby says:

    I love this! Just Beautiful! Chickens and Roosters never go out of style:)

  64. Caryn Goulden says:

    Love this quilt! My Grandpa raised Cochin bantams when I was growing up.

  65. Glenda says:

    I love this quilt I liked the rooster material

  66. Donna Johnson says:

    Love it Would love to make this Quilt after my broken Shoulder heals

  67. diana l stephens says:

    love it so much!

  68. Dotti Alden says:

    I’m allergic to chicken well actually poultry and so I love making “chicken” projects. My kitchen and dining room are both done in chickens! Would love to do a “chicken” quilt so this is really helpful!

  69. Diantha Howard says:

    My sister has pet roosters. This might be a quilt to make for her!

  70. Shirley Jobson says:

    Like triple WOW!!! This is very much loved!!

  71. Tutorials are fabulous and love the fabric too. Thanks!

  72. Becky says:

    The explanation of the tools was excellent and Anne’s design is inspiring! I’m not a huge chicken fan, but the possibilities with that design are endless. It makes me want to go dig into my stash and see what variations I could come up with!

  73. Jan says:

    I’m crazy about the tutorials for these tools, because I bought them and haven’t used them yet. Now it’s all clear! Thank you!

  74. Char Scott says:

    What cute fabric. Love the wall hanging

  75. Penny R says:

    The colors are sure eye catching for me!

  76. Rosie Davis says:

    This quilt is awesome! It’s something I’ve got to make!

  77. Debra G says:

    Love the wall hanging design and the fabrics are so beautiful. Would go perfect with the rooster collection in my Mom’s home.

  78. Billie says:

    Love the colors; not crazy about chickens.

  79. Charlotte Quiroz says:

    What a fantastic quilt!!

  80. Linda J. says:

    Love the chickens! I have been wanting to try those rulers. Thanks for the chance to win them.

  81. Sandra Haak says:

    Love the pattern and looks like a fun quilt. The tools and rulers look very interesting.

  82. Maryellen says:

    That’s a really cool looking quilt! I can see it in so many fabrics! Good job!

  83. Julie Shirley says:

    What an awesome quilt! As a country girl, I love those chickens and the unique setting they are in for this quilt! The directions look great… would love to try this!!

  84. Sharon Jack says:

    love this quilt. thanks for pattern and instructions to use the tools.

  85. Patty Lewellen says:

    New tools. Fun stuff

  86. Cindy says:

    My husband started raising chickens this year and I’ve been wanting to make him a red, white and black quilt. This fabric collection would be perfect.

  87. Jo says:

    I have wanted to make something with Deb Tucker’s rulers

  88. Terri Estes says:

    I’m loving the red, white and black fabrics and with chickens too! Perfecta,

  89. Patty Lewellen says:

    Feeling lucky! Thanks for the chance to get free beautiful fabric.

  90. Tami Chaulk says:

    Thanks or the great posts explaining how the V-Block and Split Rects tools work. I always love learning about quilting tools. Thanks for the chance to win!

  91. Brenda Joyce Cloud says:

    the quilt is just beautiful and I love Deb Tucker ruler

  92. Shirley Kraft says:

    My kitchen is decorated with roosters and I MUST make this quilt! Love the fabrics and the clear instructions! Thanks so much!!

  93. Brenda Joyce Cloud says:

    this quilt is just beautiful and I love Deb Tucker and
    her rulers

  94. Carol Kobelski says:

    Very interesting love the fabric

  95. Joan Edson says:

    This looks like a quilt I need to make! I love it!

  96. Karlene says:

    Great explanations on using the rulers and cute quilt too. Thanks for all the inspiration.

  97. Laura_H says:

    That looks like a fun project. I’m going to have to see about expanding the size a bit for a bed. Thanks for the ideas and the chance at some awesome stuff.

  98. Irene Chandler says:

    What a fun quilt! Deb Tucker’s rulers are the best!!!!

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