Finish Assembling the Attic Ribbons QuiltYour attic windows quilt blocks should already be completed on the design wall. Step back and examine them carefully -- are you still happy with the overall layout? If not, move them around and check again. You can even give yourself a day or two to decide (or more) since our opinions often change as we distance ourselves from a project.
Once you're certain about the attic windows layout, sew blocks together into rows and press the new seams. (Press seams in adjoining rows in opposite directions.). Join the rows. Press the quilt carefully.
Use 5-1/2" wide strips for borders, adding the side borders first if you are using long yardage for lengthwise grain strips. Beginners, do not determine border lengths by measuring along the outer edges of your quilt -- it is likely skewed. Borders offer an opportunity to square up the quilt. How to Sew Butted Borders
Mark quilting lines if necessary and then sandwich with batting and backing. Quilt and bind.