Sew this beautiful quilt block fast with my free and easy sewing tutorial. Even though there are lots of little squares in this block, I used a method for sewing the 9-patches that is really fast and easy – so you can stitch one or more of these up in an afternoon – trust me!
Who doesn’t love a heart quilt block?!? This sweet one lets you mix two prints plus a background fabric so you really get a heart that pops.
This may not be a traditional quilt block, but I think it’s a new classic! Have you sewn a hashtag quilt block yet? It’s so easy, you have to add this to your sampler quilt.
And… did you see the Jumbo Hashtag Quilt Pattern that I made with a bigger version of this blog? Don’t miss it!
The easy Bow Tie Quilt Block is so fun to make – and it’s perfect when you want to make a baby quilt for a boy or a girl!
Is it really May already? I’m ready to go to the beach! I already have my beach house, lol! Our Classic Block: Fresh Fabric sewalong block this month is the House Block. It’s a classic block that quilters have made a million different ways. If you sewalong with us you can make any house block you want, and you might just win a sweet bundle of fabric!
You can sew the one of the oldest, sweetest quilt blocks around with my easy photo tutorial. The 9 Patch Block is a beloved favorite of quilters everywhere.
I’ve been counting the days until I could share this month’s Classic Blocks: Fresh Fabrics tutorial and giveaway with you! All because of the fabric Blend sent for us to use this month… the delightful collection ‘The Makers’ from Cori Dantini. It includes several panel prints with lovely ‘Makers’ sewing, knitting, and painting. They are so pretty and cinderella-ish. And the block that I chose for us to make this month – the Economy Block – is perfect for using fussy cut squares from your favorite fabrics.
Happy New Year! Are you going to keep making classic blocks with us? This month my friend Becky (you might know her from the SewCanShe Sewcialites group) helped me pick an especially fun one. And its really easy! I used the delightful and colorful Equinox by Ana Davis for Blend Fabrics.
Welcome December! It’s probably my favorite month. So I picked one of my favorite quilt blocks for this month’s Classic Blocks: Fresh Fabric post, the Bear Paw. I decided to make a mini quilt using nine 3” blocks. I picked some lovely blue and orange prints from the Turkish Delight Collection by Josephine Kimberling for Blend Fabrics.
This month our Classic Blocks: Fresh Fabric block is the Yankee Puzzle and it’s so much fun!