Image credits: Tulip Square via Youtube
Are you looking for your next quilt project? How about you try the “woven” effect with this project from Tulip Square on YouTube? This star quilt block has the perfect woven effect, and it may look complex at first, but I’m telling you, it’s one of the easiest quilts you’ll ever make. You can make this with those pretty vibrant solid-colored fabrics in your stash, or add your flair with some patterned fabrics!
Practice your quilting skills with this project today by watching the video tutorial below for the step by step instructions.
To start, cut your fabric requirements and label them accordingly. Set them aside. Now, place one little white square on the corner of each large and small colored fabric. For the small rectangles, sew on the white square diagonally from the lower right to the upper left, and for the bigger rectangles, sew diagonally from the lower left to the upper right. Once you have all those corners sewn, go ahead and cut off the excess, then press open towards the corners.
Now, take a large white square and sew one of the small pieces along the longer edge of the color with a 1/4″ seam allowance. Repeat these with all four small pieces and large white squares. Once done, take one of the finished units and sew one large rectangle piece on the longer edge of the color. (Keep in mind the color pattern of each piece.) Repeat these to all the units to make four blocks. Once done, assemble the final block and sew the pieces like a four-patch. (Again, keep in mind the colors to make sure you get the “woven” effect.)