I like adding texture to quilts and this is one of my favourite 3D blocks. This block is quick and easy to make.
How to make a Windmill cathedral window block
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- Four 6 inch squares in dark blue
- Four 6 inch squares in green
- Twelve 12 inch squares in light blue
10 1/2 inch square.
Other examples for this fabric manipulation.
See the tutorial for the block below.
Shoofly is a traditional quilt block.
Slice it and you get a Disappearing shoofly quilt block.
This is the third variation of this block. The block is quick and easy to make.
How to make variation 3 of a disappearing shoofly block
- four 4 1/2 inch squares in white
- one 4 1/2 inch squares in brown
- two 4 7/8 inch squares in brown
- two 4 7/8 inch squares in white
Without sashing. This quilt should be called “Shark”.
This is a beginner block and quilt. Use high contrasting fabrics so the celtic patterns are more visible.
How to make this versatile block
You need to make 36 blocks of 4 pieces each (and 144 pieces in total for the full quilt).
Block size: 18 1/2 inch square, including 1/4 seam allowance.
Number of blocks on this quilt: 9 (144 individual pieces).
Quilt size: approximately 54 inch square.
- 1 1/4 yards in pinks
- 1 1/4 yards in greys
- 1 5/8 yards of white fabric
Quilt binding with faux piping
I’ve fallen in love with machine binding with faux piping. Choose grey tones for the main binding fabric and a bright pink for the flange or faux piping. This is how you make it:
Have you made a quilt with this free pattern?
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