I love this because while it definitely does not look like it, it is actually so quick and simple to make! In the following tutorial, Laura shows us the steps necessary to make this beautiful quilt. Now go see for yourself why it is my latest obsession, and give it a shot! This project is nice because you can make a big quilt or a very small one, the choice is up to you. The pattern is called buzzsaw because it looks like the blade on just that, a buzzsaw. Really pretty when you put a bunch of these quilt blocks together.
Have you heard of the Buzz Saw Quilt before? If you have not heard of it, it is also known as the tessellating star block, and I absolutely love it because this pattern is so versatile, which is something I love in my quilts.
As Laura from SewVeryEasy points out, you can make it in any size, using any type of fabric you want (including scraps), and for any occasion (for example, a red and green version for Christmas or dark reds, oranges and yellows for a fall-themed version).
When I was 10 years old, my parents bought me a Singer sewing machine and a cabinet to hold the machine. However, it wasn’t until I walked into a quilt shop in Lexington, Kentucky, in 1991 that I realized you could piece and quilt on a sewing machine. I was absolutely hooked!
So, if you’re looking for a versatile quilt pattern look no further. Laura Coia shows us, in her step by step tutorial, exactly how to make this remarkable quilt…make sure to watch!