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Block quilt

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Learn How to Make a Perfect Economy Quilt Block with these simple instructions. Free downloadable tutorial instructions included. #economyquiltblock #squareinsquarequiltblock #quiltblocks #easyquiltblocks #halfsquaretriangles #howtoquilt #quilttutorials

Learn How to Make a Perfect Economy Quilt Block with these simple instructions. Free downloadable tutorial instructions included.

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A couple of years ago I stumbled across this awesome book at my local public library. It was filled with simple fun baby gift ideas. Today I...

Square Burst 2.0 - Minimalist - Running Stitch Quilts

The Minimalist Square Burst is the third, and final, quilt in the Square Burst 2.0 series. This variation uses just two fabrics to create a more modern look! Is this my favorite quilt I've ever made? Maybe. I love absolutely everything about this quilt. From the texture of the Essex linens, to the softness of the Art

Scrap sarong quilt

​This post is a follow up to a previous article – Sew Pro Convention: Part 1. If you are unfamiliar with Sew Pro, hop on over to that post for a quick skim. Also, Stephanie from Modern Sewciety and I chat all about it on her podcast. Check it out here! In Sew Pro: Part 1, I outlined the twoContinue Reading...

The Whirlwind Quilt Block goes by a bunch of other names - Modern Envelope, Twin Sisters, Water Wheel, etc, etc. The traditional Whirlwind quilt block uses only 2 colors but this variation uses 4 fabrics.  I'll show you 2 different ways to sew this block together and talk about another way that I've seen online.

The Whirlwind Quilt Block goes by a bunch of other names - Modern Envelope, Twin Sisters, Water Wheel, etc, etc. The traditional Whirlwind quilt block uses only 2 colors but this variation uses 4 fabrics. I'll show you 2 different ways to sew this block together and talk about another way that I've seen online.

Quilt Block Tutorial–The Scrappy Susannah. If you want to see how it looks as a full quilt, go here: http://www.abrightcorner.com/2014/11/scrappy-susannah-quilt-tops.html

Today I'm sharing with you a fun, scrappy block called Scrappy Susannah. This block is a fantastic way to use up some scraps since all of the needed squares are either 3.5” or 4.25”. Here’s the tutorial! **edited to add: A printable version of these instructions is now available here as a PDF!** For one (12.5") block you’ll need: 8 (3.5”) print squares 4 (3.5”) white or background squares 2 (4.25”) print squares 2 (4.25”) white or background squares 1. On the two (4.25”) white squares, draw…

How to Make the Super Easy Patience Corners Quilt Block – fabric-406

Today let's look at the Patience Corners quilt block. This beginner block is super easy with only three sizes of patches, no triangles, and lots of different looks depending on color placement. I'll show some different color and layout options at the end.