We are on quilt block number three for May in the Super Simple Sampler series. Kind of amazing we have made 35 already! This month we don't have a theme, I decided to just make a variety of blocks to use the technique from previous months.
Here is how to make this fun half-square triangle block,
from the yellow: cut (2) 1 1/2" x 6 1/2" strips; (2) 2 1/2" squares; (2) 3" squares, cut on diagonal to yield 4 half-square triangles
from blue and pink (each): (1) 3" square, cut in half on diagonal to yield 2 half-square triangles (HST)
Welcome to the second block of our February Super Simple Sampler! This month our theme is 'rectangles' and today's block is super cute. Here's how to make your own:
from eight different prints: cut (1) 2 1/2" x 1 1/2" rectangle
from the light blue print: cut (8) 1 1/2" squares; (4) 1 1/2" x 3 1/2" rectangles
(right sides facing, 1/4" seam, press after each seam)
1. Sew a light blue 1 1/2" square to one end of each print rectangle
2. Decide on the distribution of your prints and colors. Arrange the rectangles as shown above.
3. Sew the print rectangle units together...
It is time for the January edition of Quilters' Book Club. This month, once again, I made four blocks from my Tula Pink City Sampler book. These are all 6" blocks, and this month I chose the theme, "flying geese". The blocks above are #44 and 42 in the book.
We have had terrible wet weather (like 3" of rain yesterday alone!), so pretty outdoor photos were not possible. Enjoy the backdrop of my cute homemade sewing table, albeit poorer lighting. The blocks above are #54 and 51 in the book.
I have made each of my blocks "my own" by...