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Tutorial: Jacob's Ladder quilt block tutorial for beginners
Jennifer Anderson saved to Quilt ideas
Find lots of EASY quilt block tutorials that are perfect for beginners. These blocks might look hard to make, but they're perfect for the new quilter.
Janemartin saved to Quilting
Learn how to make the Hidden Wells quilt block with this tutorial. is very fast and easy to make and each time you make it.
Judith Turner saved to Disappearing 9 patch
Hi! I'm Marti Michell. When Moda asked me to be part of the Rulers Rule blog hop I immediately said “Yes!” It was almost as easy to decide that, because Log Cabin quilts are popular with nearly everyone, the From Marti Michell Log Cabin Rulers would be the tools I'd want to talk about!Just in case you haven’t made a Log Cabin quilt or even a block, Log Cabin starts with a center square and is completed by adding strips to the center unit in either a clockwise or counterclockwise order.
The Night Vision block is quick to sew together. It uses only Flying Geese units and a center square and features partial seam construction (don't worry, it's not hard). Traditionally, Night Vision is made with three distinct shades of the same color (dark, medium and light). But once again I had to do it my way. Check it out!
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Five-inch squares are a popular cut of fabric in quilting. In fact, the squares are so popular that companies have created packs of 42 five-inch squares called charm packs. The individual five-inch squares are called charm squares. The number of charm squares in a charm pack may vary, but 42 is the most popular amount...Continue Reading
Jeanette Vance saved to quilts and beyond
Want to learn to quilt? These Easy Quilt Blocks for Beginners will teach you the basics of patchwork quilting. You'll gain the skills needed to make any quilt. They are perfect for new quilters.
Today I'm sharing with you a fun, scrappy block called Scrappy Susannah. This block is a fantastic way to use up some scraps since all of the needed squares are either 3.5” or 4.25”. Here’s the tutorial! **edited to add: A printable version of these instructions is now available here as a PDF!** For one (12.5") block you’ll need: 8 (3.5”) print squares 4 (3.5”) white or background squares 2 (4.25”) print squares 2 (4.25”) white or background squares 1. On the two (4.25”) white squares, draw…
Today we’re going to cover a basic quilt block: the Diamond in a Square. The traditional way would have you cut a diamond and four triangle pieces, but we have an easier method for foolproof accuracy every time.To start, you will need five squares, one 5″ and four 2.75″. We used Wee Wander fabric for ...
Heidi Jones saved to Quilting Ideas
These free quilt block patterns make up into a beautiful sampler quilt.
Donna Hagman saved to Quilting