11 Sep 2012
September 11, 2012

Spool Quilt Along- Block 7

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By Lucy A. Fazely

Welcome to Coats and Clark 200th Anniversary Quilt Along.
Coats and Clark asked me to design an quilt to celebrate their two centuries of providing quality threads to sewers, crafters and quilters. What pattern could be more appropriate than the spool block? Celebrate with Coats and Clark by making this quilt and be sure to share your progress with us by commenting here on the blog.

BLOCK 7

Block #7 is fun and colorful. There’s lots of cutting and piecing, but the result is worth it. This design would also look great as an accent pillow.

Be sure to come back and get the directions for Spool Block #8 in October.

Just getting started? Here are the complete instructions thus far.
Supplies, Templates and Instructions
The finished quilt is approximately 72″ x 72″ and the finished block size: 12″ x 12″
Power Pop fabrics by Jenean Morrison for Free Spirit Fabrics

“Quilting should be fun!” is the philosophy of quilt teacher Lucy A. Fazely. “If you’re having fun, you’ll make more quilts and quilting will be a hobby that will give you pleasure throughout your entire life.” An independent quilt designer, Lucy is also an author and fabric designer. She has been a contributing writer to numerous quilting publications and created designs for Coats & Clark, fabric and batting manufacturers. Learn more about her at LucyFazely.com and follow her on Facebook page.

About the Author


Lynn is Director of Consumer Services with Coats & Clark.

11 Responses to Spool Quilt Along- Block 7
  1. When did this block spool begin and how can I get blocks one thru 6?

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  3. The link for Block 7 is now active. Sorry!

  4. I have tried every means i can think of to download blk #7. Please help. Thank you.

  5. Look right below just getting started and click on supplies and it will give you the full download. Enjoy!

  6. We are having some website issues on our mains site, http://www.coatsandclark.com. The links in this blog post will get you to Block 7.

  7. I found the list of materials and each block to #8. I downloaded it and will print it and read what it intails. Jerri

  8. Lovely quilts. There really is a lot of cutting to do but being patient should really be considered in sewing. Looking forward to Block #8! 🙂

  9. Where would I find the remaining block patterns for this quilt? I can’t find any for October or November. And is there one for this month (Dec)? Thanks


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