Today is Row G day! This is the last row. Are you all caught up? Because next week we do the assembly . . . so exciting!

Here we go with Row G . . .

All seams are 1/4″. Press seams toward the darkest fabric. If you find the diagrams difficult to read, you can click on them to make them larger.

Remember to double check that you’ve done each row correctly by folding your finished row in half, end to end — the two halves will mirror each other, since every row is symmetrical. If not, then something is wrong, and you can fix it before moving on.

I’m giving you the number of pieces you need to make one row, then in parentheses, I’m giving you the total amount of pieces you will need to make all of the rows you need of each type. Also, since all the pieces are 2 1/2″ wide, I’m only referring to them by length.

Follow the instructions for the version you’re making: traditional or modern.

**For the Traditional version**, Row G (make 6):

Here are the pieces you will need:

Background:

6 1/2″ rectangles: 6 (36)

2 1/2″ squares: 2 (12)

Red:

4 1/2″ rectangles: 4 (24)

2 1/2″ squares: 1 (6)

Black:

2 1/2″ squares: 4 (24)

Follow this diagram, and join the pieces together, sewing them end to end. (In the diagram, the numbers indicate the finished size of each patch.) This row should measure 2 1/2″ x 66 1/2″.

Make 6 of Row G. Use your labels to label these rows.

**For the Modern version**, Row G (make 6):

Here are the pieces you will need (remember to mix them all up for a scrappy look):

Background:

6 1/2″ rectangles: 6 (36)

2 1/2″ squares: 2 (12)

Prints:

4 1/2″ rectangles: 4 (24)

2 1/2″ squares: 5 (30)

Follow this diagram, and join the pieces together, sewing them end to end. (In the diagram, the numbers indicate the finished size of each patch.) This row should measure 2 1/2″ x 66 1/2″.

Make 6 of Row G. Use your labels to label these rows.

And you’re done with all the rows! The assembly instructions are next, and will be posted on May 16th — we’re so close to the end!!

Happy Stitching!