This is a lovely quilt block and easy to make using your quilting ruler that has a 60° line. (We have a video on how to cut triangles using a 60° ruler or the 60° lines on your mat - Here is a link to that tutorial. ) What You Need Fabric Strip 1 - 2½' by width of fabric ( WOF = the width from selvedge to selvedge. Usually you cut with the fabric folded in half and measure from the folded edge to the selvedge. Fabric Strip 2 - 2½' by width of fabric - contrasting fabric. Watch
This month for Quilt Block Mania, we're going Traditional with a Twist. I've taken the prompt literally this time and have created this Twisted Log Cabin block, which does exactly what it says on the tin :-) It's a traditional log cabin block, but turned on point to make a fun-looking block that can be used for bigger
Stunning quilt borders can set your quilt apart from the rest. Find inspiration and discover imaginative quilt border ideas to make your quilt truly unique. Let your imagination run wild with our quilt border inspiration. Start creating now!
What do you do with leftover quilt batting scraps? I have a wonderful solution to turn them into frankenbatting... if that confuses you, it is not near as hard as it sounds. It's a great way to make use of leftovers!