Image credit: Carol Thelen via YouTube
This quilt block idea by Carol Thelen on YouTube is interesting and lovely, you can experiment and use any fabric that you want, and surely it will look amazing! So, if you still haven’t decided on which project to work on this weekend, do check this quilt out, and give it a try. Learn how to piece this block together easily with this video tutorial which also comes with a free pattern.
Pick out the fabrics that you want to use, then cut them according to the pattern requirements, and divide them according to their units. Piece the half-square triangles together by layering the triangle with their right sides facing and their edges lined up, then sew them down the long edges with a ¼-inch seam allowance, and press it open.
For the flying geese unit, lay the triangle on the top of one side of the center triangle with their right side together, then sew it down with a ¼-inch seam allowance, and press it open. Repeat it on the other side, then continue piecing the rest, and start laying out the pieces to form the side units using the diagram as a guide.
Sew them together and set them aside, then assemble the center block, sew the rows together, and then sew the rows to each other making sure to press every now and then. Once done, place the center block in the middle, then place the side units around the block, and start sewing them together making sure to give them a good press every now and then.
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