Quilt Block Pattern
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Make a Double Star quilt block. Instructions for 4 sizes. Learn the partial seams method to make this twinkling star block pattern.
Janie James saved to 12.5
Today let's look at this fun traditional quilt block called Loop the Loop. I can imagine it pays homage to the old-time barnstormers! After making the block, I can see that I could have it done it differently - be on the look out for version 2.0.
Anne Gallagher saved to Quilt patterns
Today I'd like to show you how to create a Betty's Delight quilt block without any Y-seams. This traditional block is great for a scrappy quilt too!
Rosy saved to Quilt ideas
Find lots of EASY quilt block tutorials that are perfect for beginners. These blocks might look hard to make, but they're perfect for the new quilter.
Janemartin saved to Quilting
Today let's put together this traditional Mother's Choice quilt block! The Mother's Choice block is basically a weather vane variation that goes by a few other names such as Dove at the Windows, Fringed Square, and Laurel Wreath. There's quite a bit of sewing so let's get started! #fabric406 #patchworkparcel #fabric #quilting #fabricsales #fabricbundles #sew #crafty #crafters #artscrafts
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.
Ever fell in love with a quilt pattern that seems too complex? For your next project, consider these easy quilt blocks that look difficult.
Betty May saved to Betty's Place:) Quilting
This month's scrappy block is a house in primary colors. Your little house can be sewn up in whichever color scraps you have handy.
Sue Burton saved to Quilt blocks