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How to Square Up Quilt Blocks

How to Square up Quilt Blocks This tutorial will teach you How to Square Up Quilt Blocks effortlessly. With the right tools, making quilt blocks is simple. Invest in a quilter's ruler to make perfect square blocks. Your quilting will look precise and clean when you master this squaring technique. Save yourself a headache when it comes time to sew your blocks together by squaring them up in advance. Once you know how to square up a single block, you can expand your skill by learning how to square up sections of your quilt. The geometry in quilting is so fun, once you get the basics down!

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  3. Block Party Quilt
  4. How to Lay Out Striped Quilt Blocks
  5. Crazy Quilt Block

Everyday Easy Baby Quilt

Everyday Easy Baby Quilt Take a break from mommy or grandma duty to make this Everyday Easy Baby Quilt. In just a few short hours, you'll learn how to make a baby blanket. The calming effect of this nautically-inspired quilt is wonderful, and the baby will love it too. The fabulous thing about a DIY baby quilt is that the final product doesn't need to be absolutely perfect. The baby will love it regardless. Choose densely patterned fabrics for your quilt, so that if the baby spits up, it won't be as obvious. Also, make sure to pick washable fabrics at the fabric store. That way, you can toss this everyday baby blanket in the washing machine without blinking an eye.

  1. Sing the Blues Baby Quilt
  2. Starry Night Baby Quilt
  3. Personalized Jelly Roll Baby Quilt
  4. How to Make a Baby Blanket: 9 Free Quilt Patterns
  5. Tetris Baby Quilt

From Print to Pattern Technique

From Print to Pattern Technique At one time in quilting's history, if you wanted to make an applique design, you had to draw it yourself. Unless you were a great artist, you were pretty much out of luck. Today, there is an easy way to turn an online image into an applique pattern. This From Print to Pattern Technique shows you how to applique with fusible web and a printed image. Appliques let quilters create more intricate designs for their projects than quilt blocks allow. Try this simple technique to add some detail to your next project.

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  4. No Waste Flying Geese Technique
  5. How to Choose Thread Colors for Free-Motion Quilting

Cheery Floral Patchwork Quilt

Cheery Floral Patchwork Quilt This Cheery Floral Patchwork Quilt is absolutely adorable. Making a patchwork quilt has never been easier. You'll love working with floral quilt fabrics, too. The fun thing about patchwork is that your design doesn't need to be perfect. You can have quilt blocks with the same pattern next to each other, and it will still look great. That's what makes this project wonderful for non-perfectionists. You will get the rustic look you've been looking for without any headaches. Your quilt will be perfect for a summertime concert or a picnic in the park. You will feel cheerful just looking at your bright colorful creation.

  1. Really Simple 9 Patch Quilt
  2. Here Comes the Sun Patchwork Quilt
  3. All You Need Is Love Rainbow Quilt
  4. Groovy Chevron Stripe Quilt
  5. 13 Easy Quilt Patterns for a Sizzling Summer


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