I love this technique. It reminds me of a delectable mountains or buzz saw block.
How to make reflections quilt block
If you enjoyed this technique, check out two more blocks made in a similar way.
Buzz saw block:
Delectable mountains block:
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These two blocks are quick and easy to make. Both are made in a similar way.
How to make buzzsaw block and delectable mountains block
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Both blocks can be made scrappy.
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I’m self taught so for a long time I had no idea how to join the ends of the binding in a neat way. Learning how to do it properly made a big difference.
Learn to join the ends of the binding
Learn in one and a half minute:
This is block number 2 of a series of 3 that is made with jelly rolls or with 2 1/2 inch strips of fabric. Check out the jelly roll quilt block 1 tutorial.
This block is very versatile and you can make lots of quilt designs with it.
How to make this jelly roll quilt block number 2
Learn to make this technique in just over 2 minutes:
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See some of the possible quilt blocks and quilt designs you can make with this quilting technique:
Shoofly is a traditional quilt block.
Slice it and you get a Disappearing shoofly quilt block.
This is the first variation of this block. The block is quick and easy to make.
How to make variation 1 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
11 1/2 inches.
Do you want to make a quilt with this block?
Buy the pattern
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Buy The four seasons of the heart on Etsy
About the pattern
Skill level: beginner.
Quilt sizes: crib, lap, twin and queen.
Finished block size: 11 ½”.
Quilt style: traditional piecing with quick cutting instructions.
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 quick cutting 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.