Image credit: Jordan Fabrics via YouTube
If you’re looking for an easy quilt that is also challenging at the same time, then this is the perfect project for you! This quilt is beautiful and neat because the colors are well coordinated and you only need 2 different colors of strips. You’ll surely enjoy making this quilt because the steps are already made easy to follow and the video tutorial is also detailed and very helpful.
This quilt is also made out of 3 different quilt blocks that you might already be familiar with, and you can also use this pattern for any occasion, season, or holiday, just change the theme of the colors. For example, you can use red and green strips to make your quilt fit for Christmas or use orange and brown colors for Fall or Thanksgiving. Learn this quilt now with the help of this video tutorial by Jordan Fabrics on YouTube.
Download the pattern and cut the fabrics according to size, then make sure to iron the background fabric before cutting. Get the pieces for the flower block, then draw a line at the back of the background squares diagonally, and lay them on top of each strip, make sure to refer to the diagram for the correct line directions.
Stitch right on top of the line, then press the seams toward the darker fabric, and trim off the excess layers of fabric. Do the same steps with the remaining fabric pieces, then lay another background square on top of the strip, and sew on the side.
Press the seams, then piece the strip units together to complete the block, and give it a nice press to flatten. Now, get the pieces for the log cabin, then start with the center, stitch the fabric pieces together, and work your way around.
Press the seams nicely as you go, then proceed to make the third and final block, and make sure to make half of it a mirrored block. Lay out the blocks and assemble them as shown in the video or refer to the diagram, then stitch the blocks together one at a time, and add the border. Add the backing, binding, and quilt however you want.
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