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I love combining quilt blocks for quilts and blocks 20 and 21 are great blocks to merge for a classic look. Block #20 Classic Size Unfinished: 10 1/2" x 10 1/2" Finished Size: 10 x 10" Cut 4 rectangles 3" x 51/2" - white Cut 4 squares 3" x 3" - red Cut 1 square 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" - red Stitch them together as laid out with 1/4" seams. Stitch the corner squares to the small side rectangles then stitch the top and bottom middle rectangles to the middle square. Next stitch the three columns…
Carol Yuhas saved to quilts
flower bedding - baby girl gift - tummy time blanket - toddler size blanket - baby size blanket - blanket for baby - flower blanket
* This blanket has a navy minky fabric on the back. * Includes flower print, teal and navy cotton fabric on the front. * It also includes a layer of extra loft batting which helps form the blanket. * It is sewn together with light teal all purpose thread. * The finished blanket is machine quilted and includes hand sewn edging. * Machine washable. I love to create unique minky blankets and have been doing so for the last six years. (#210) Personal orders upon request. Check out all our great…
Spidykids saved to Quilt patterns
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
Quilting for Beginners - This is by far the easiest quilt you will ever make When you're making your very first quilt it can be a little overwhelming. Those quilt blocks can look quite complicated and knowing which tools are needed can be kind of confusing. Plus, the fancy free motion stitching on the top of the quilt, requires quite a bit of practice to get the hang of. And finally, there’s the binding...now that can be quite tricky when you are just starting out. But what if there was a…
Nancy Jackowski saved to Quilting
The Night Vision block is quick to sew together. It uses only Flying Geese units and a center square and features partial seam construction (don't worry, it's not hard). Traditionally, Night Vision is made with three distinct shades of the same color (dark, medium and light). But once again I had to do it my way. Check it out!
fabric406 saved to fabric406 Quilting Tutorials
In today’s digital world, it can be hard to know what to give someone. Even if you do have a specific person in mind, it’s easy for presents to get overlooked. Fortunately, handmade gifts are becom…
Kathy Clark saved to Quilting
This technique is a lifesaver!
Cindy Rhoads saved to Craft
If you want to learn how to make a quilt this is the perfect post for you. Find everything you need to know about how to make a quilt by clicking through.
Dolores Higginson saved to sewing
Is it snowing where you live? Here in Dallas, Texas we rarely get snow - it's been in the 60s all week here! That doesn't stop Oda May from dreaming of snow. Today she is sharing a wintry vision of one of last year's most downloaded quilts by Allison Jensen of Woodberry Way. Have you used Moda's Palette Builder? It's a super fun tool that lets you upload an image and it gives you a matching palette of Bella Solids! I absolutely love sewing with solids so the Palette Matcher tool is one of my…
Michelle Amos saved to Quilts