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Quilting Magic: Tricks for Disappearing Blocks

Have you mastered Four-Patches, Nine-Patches, and Pinwheels? Then watch closely as we make these simple blocks…disappear! Quilts made with

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No-Tricky Card Trick - and FREE Pattern

I came upon a VERY old article I published in Quilt Magazine almost 25 years ago (yes, you read that right). I called it my No-Tricky Card Trick because it's a bit unorthodox in the approach. The traditional way to make it is as I have it in my Quilter's Block a Day Calendar. Patricia Bryant of Australia made the block which we shared here in 2017. Traditional Card Trick Block This is made using ALL triangles. It works and I'm not bashing it. But I think you may like to see my No-Tricky approach. It uses squares and rectangles for ease of construction. What do you think? The size won't be "normal" due to setting those squares and rectangles on point, but when making a quilt with this block only, who cares? The finished size of my pattern is 12-3/4". No-Trickey Card Trick Here is the free pattern in png format. There are no templates; just diagrams and cutting info, so you shouldn't have trouble following the directions. Hope you enjoy this simpler way to an otherwise "triangle heavy" block.

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Pinwheels & Patches Quilt Tutorial

I’m so excited to be a part of Shari Butler’s blog tour for her upcoming line of fabric In The Meadow for Sweet Bee Designs!! This fabric has such a fresh and whimsical feel – it…

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Sweet and Simple PDF Quilt Pattern for fast and easy quilt, beginner friendly, great for large prints - big block quilt pattern

Sweet and simple is a multi size quilt pattern that is perfect to use with large prints and fabrics you don't want to cut into small pieces! It's a great beginner pattern, since there are no triangles to cut and sew, just large and small squares with sashing strips. This pattern features instructions for four different sizes, so you can make a quick baby or lap size quilt or a larger bed size quilt. The pattern cover features Ooh La La - a fabric line featuring Paris themed motifs and poppies, but as you can see from my garden print sample, it will look great in a variety of colors and prints. You just need a main print, two coordinating fabrics, and two sashing fabrics to make this fun quilt! Baby size: 40 x 51 Lap size: 62 x 62 Medium size: 73 x 84 Large size: 95 x 95 Thanks for supporting me in my love of quilt design!

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How To {make that block}

I worked all day {don't you feel bad for me :( } on a tutorial for how I made this block.... So here goes....keep in mind you can change the sizes - you certainly don't have to keep the same size block I made.... I started with a 5.5 inch square... you need 4 of these to get one star.... In the center we are going to draw lines to make a kite shape {similar to a spiderweb block}. I made a dot 2 inches from the top point on both sides.... Then draw a line from the dot to the point just opposite the top point on the block... Remember you can cut this block as big or small as you like and you can place the dots where you like as long as you use the same measurement on both sides. This creates a 'kite' shape in the center.... Next cut your fabric strips. You may cut them all the same width or you can vary the width. I cut mine 1.5 inches. Cut a strip that will cover you first line and extend some at the beginning and the end.... lay the fabric {right sides facing} edge next to the drawn line on the kite portion of the block.... Using a quarter inch seam allowance stitch from top to bottom....remember the drawn line is not the stitch line...it is just to line up the strip. Press this strip back... Take the next strip and place it right sides facing - on top of the first strip - raw edges even.... **Just a note** I am not including that selvedge edge in my stitching...it will be trimmed off. Selvedge edges should be trimmed and not included in your sewing as the tight weave shrinks at a different rate than the rest of your fabric. Again, stitch this strip and press back... Continue adding strips until the corner is completely covered... Flip the block over so the right side is face down on your mat and trim the excess strips of fabric. Use the block as your trimming guide. Then begin the same process on the other side of the kite... Line this strip up next to the drawn line and stitch.... Continue adding strips, stitching and pressing until you have this corner covered... Flip the block over and trim the excess.... Here is what all four finished will look like... Stitch the top two and the bottom two....then stitch the two halves together.... If you want to use strips of different widths you get something that looks like this.... This is the secondary pattern. I love it! Hope this helps if you were interested in trying out this block!!! Happy Tuesday! mary

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Swap With Us! Low Volume Plus Blocks - Craft Buds

I thought it was time to host another craft swap! This time, we will be swapping low volume plus blocks. These quilt blocks are easy and relaxing to sew, especially if you pre-cut your fabrics! Beginn

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How to Make a Perfect Log Cabin Quilt Block

The Log Cabin Quilt Block is a perfect block. Once mastered, you can stop there because it's almost impossible to run out of ways to make log cabin quilts.

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How To Make No Waste Flying Geese

This modern original quilt pattern appropriate for Intermediate quilters (or confident beginners!). This pattern utilizes a large 18" block design. Available as a downloadable PDF, the pattern includes instructions for the following sizes: Single Block - 18" x 18"Baby - 40" x 40"Small Throw - 60" x 60"Large Throw - 60"

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