Video tutorial: 4 disappearing shoofly quilt blocks - quick and easy quilting

Video tutorial: 4 disappearing variations on a shoofly quilt block

Video tutorial: 4 disappearing variations on a shoofly quilt block
Shoofly is a traditional quilt block. But what if you slice it? You get at least 4 different variations of this block that don’t look anything like a shoofly but that make beautiful quilt layouts.

Learn to make 4 disappearing shoofly blocks

Do you want to make a quilt with these blocks?

Quilt pattern: The four seasons of the heart - beginner quilt

Download the pattern to make 4 different quilts:

Buy The four seasons of the heart quilt pattern on Craftsy

Buy The four seasons of the heart on Craftsy

Buy The four seasons of the heart quilt pattern on Etsy

Buy The four seasons of the heart on Etsy

About the pattern

This pattern has instructions to make 4 quilts using 4 variations of a disappearing shoofly quilt block. Each block layout makes a very different quilt.

The pattern uses quick cutting techniques that make this quilt really quick and easy to make even for a beginner.

Skill level: beginner.

Quilt sizes: crib, lap, twin and queen.

Finished block size: 11 ½”.

Quilt style: traditional piecing.

Charm squares and fat quarter friendly.

You can use the colouring pages at the end to choose the colour scheme.

Quilting: I quilted this quilt using free-motion.

In the 14 page pattern I have included lots of diagrams and written instructions as well as links to 1 of my video tutorials that demonstrate how to make the blocks.

Also in the pattern you will find colouring pages that you can use to decide on a colour scheme for the quilt.

Quilt pattern: The four seasons of the heart - 1 pattern 4 quilts           Quilt pattern: The four seasons of the heart - 1 pattern 4 quilts

Quilt pattern: The four seasons of the heart - 1 pattern 4 quilts           Quilt pattern: The four seasons of the heart - 1 pattern 4 quilts

2 thoughts on “Video tutorial: 4 disappearing variations on a shoofly quilt block”

  1. I love and appreciate all the work you do for us. I don’t think that you can even come close to knowing how many lives you have changed with the knowledge that you pass along freely to us. I always stop to watch and save everything you do. I chuckled when I saw the fabric manipulation ‘cuz I had already scooped up all I could off the net about a year ago for insertion into some of my quilts as a quilt block ( think a heavy lusterous white cotton, for a ‘ touch & feel ‘ patch).

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  2. Hi Karon, thank you for your kind words. I love fabric manipulations too. They add great interest to any sewing I think 🙂

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