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Video tutorial: Lozenge smocking

Video tutorial: lozenge smocking

This is a fabric manipulation tutorial that I used for a fidget quilt: lozenge smocking.

Learn to make Lozenge smocking in just over 2 minutes

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Materials

  • a 10 1/2 inch x 6 inches rectangle in cream tones for the centre square
  • two 3 x 6 1/2 inch strips
  • two 3 x 10 1/2 inch strips

Block size

10 1/2 inches

Lozenge smocking diagram

There are two kinds of stitching for this pattern. They alternate along each row of smocking. The first type is when you pull two stitches together as per a and b on the diagram. The next stitch is when you go from b to c but do not pull the stitches. In this case you double stitch on c so that there is no pulling.

 

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Origami flowers quilt blocks – quick and easy tutorials

Video tutorial: Origami flowers quilt blocks - quick and easy tutorials

How to make an origami flower quilt block

Learn in 3 minutes how to make this origami flower block:

Get the full details on this flower, fabric needs and the like.

How to make an origami pinwheel quilt block

Get the full details on this pinwheel flower, fabric needs and the like.

 

Video tutorial: Origami flower quilt block

Video tutorial: Origami flower quilt block

How to make an origami flower quilt block

Learn in 3 minutes how to make this origami flower block:

Block type: log cabin

Block size: 11 inches

Fabric needs

  • a 10 1/2 inch square in red tones for the centre square.
  • two 5 in x 3 1/2 in rectangles and two 11 in x 3 1/2 in rectangles for the border

You add this block to your quilt as a feature or make a full quilt with this block.

Video tutorial: Origami flower quilt block

Video tutorial: Origami flower quilt block

Video tutorial: Origami flower quilt block

 

Textured blocks tutorials

This is the 20th block in a series of 25 exploring texture in fabric.

Each block is made out of a centre 5 inch square featuring some fabric texture such as pin tucks, smocking, shirring and the like. Then a 3 1/2 wide border encloses each centre square.

The colour scheme is red and white/cream alternating reds and white/cream for the centre square and border.

Some of the textures show better on plain colours than on heavily patterned fabric.

See all Textured quilt sampler tutorials for this quilt.

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