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“Trust in You” Psalm 9:10 Quilt Panel Tutorial

You can sew a “Trust in You” Psalm 9:10 Quilt Panel with our free step-by-step tutorial!

By using one “Trust in You” Psalm 9:10 Fabric Panel, you can sew an uplifting prayer quilt or cheerful Christian wall hanging in 1 hour.  To make the exact quilt featured in this tutorial (approximately 36″  by 54″), you will also need 1/3 yard of white and 1/3 yd of aqua “Trust in You” Psalm 9:10 Fabric, 2 yards of Moda Grunge Pumpkin Fabricbatting, and cotton thread. Use the Moda Grunge Pumpkin Fabric to create your quilt binding.

 

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Supplies: In addition to your standard sewing supplies, you will need 1 “Trust in You” Psalm 9:10 Fabric Panel, 1 or 2 contrasting border prints (we used 1/3 yd of this fabric and 1/3 yard of this fabric), and 2 yards of orange fabric (for the backing, outside border, and binding), batting, and cotton thread.

Step 1: Cut out the panel and sew 5” border strips to all sides using a 1/4” seam allowance.  To help you visualize how the two “Trust in You” companion prints pair with the panel, we used both in our quilt. We used “Trust in You”, Psalm Fabric, Aqua to border the top and bottom of our panel. We used “Trust in You”, Psalm Fabric, White to border the sides of our panel.

Step 2: Sew 4” orange border strips to all sides using a 1/4” seam allowance.

Step 3: Create your quilt sandwich by layering your quilt top, batting, and backing. Quilt by hand or by machine.

Step 4: Trim any remaining excess fabric. Add binding along all raw edges using a 1/4” seam.

We’re so excited to see what you make! Be sure to tag Sewing Parts Online in a picture of your latest sewing projects!

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6 thoughts on ““Trust in You” Psalm 9:10 Quilt Panel Tutorial”

  1. The machine is not new, it is used, but it’s new to me…I’m loving it!! But twice now, the bobbin holder has come out of the machine. I returned it the first time, but can’t seem to do it again…Would appreciate any help!

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