How to Make a Drunkard's Path Quilt Block
With only a couple of months left, it's nice to see your 12-month DIY quilt finally coming together. This Drunkard's Path Block Pattern is the next block pattern to take you that much closer to finishing your quilt. This is a super fun DIY quilt block pattern that you can really make unique. The Drunkard's Path pattern is a great way to practice quilting curves, and is a block of the month designed for intermediate quilters. Look out for some major curves ahead for this classic quilt block pattern!
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Collect your cut fabrics.
Place the smaller curve on top of the bottom curve, lining up the top edge.
Slowly stitch the curve using a ¼" seam allowance, lining up the curved edge as you stitch around.
Press seam towards the outside.
Trim up to 6 ½" x 6 ½".
Arrange the four squares as pictured.
Stitch the top and bottom together. Open, pressing seams in opposite directions.
Stitch the top and bottom together. Open and press seams in one direction.
Your block is complete!
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