The Basic Four Patch Quilt Block The basic Four Patch Quilt Block is made by sewing four squares of fabric together into a 2 X 2 grid. A combination of light and dark fabrics defines the classic pattern. However, the four patches can really include any fabrics. Make...
The Nine-Patch quilt block, is simply nine squares of fabric sewn into a 3 X 3 grid. You can create the block with a mix of print or solid fabrics. However, the layout of light and dark fabrics shown below is the standard design for the block. The use of nine equal...
I’ll admit it. I have not always been a fan of the Snowball Quilt block. I mean, it’s not very exciting. Take a piece of printed fabric or a piece of solid fabric and sew little squares of fabric to each of the four corners. ...
Tonga what? I honestly planned to write one more simple post about how to use a nine-patch in combination with another block to make a stunning quilt top. Because if the nine-patch is one of the basic blocks every quilter should know how to construct,...
I love visiting antique stores. I especially love finding vintage quilts, orphaned quilt blocks, sewing machines, sewing boxes, etc. Specifically, I’m always on the hunt for vintage quilt block patterns I’ve never seen before. Recently, my...
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