Modern Sampler QAL Tutorials

This is a summary of the tutorials written by myself and Jess of Scrappy n Happy for the QAL we co-hosted. The finished quilt looked like this:



Fabric requirements are: 
Background fabric - 3 yards

Inner border fabric - 1/2 yard
Outer border fabric - 1 5/8 yards
Blocks - a total of about 5 yards of fabric (ie 20 fat quarters, or 10 half-yards or a combination)



This is a list of links to all the tutorials needed to make the blocks:


Susannah (10”) – 2 blocks


Weathervane (10”) – 1 block


Pieced star (10”) – 3 blocks


St Louis Star (10”) – 1 block


Jack in the box (10”) – 2 blocks


Windblown Square (10”) – 3 blocks


Another star (10”) – 1 block


See Saw (5”) – 4 blocks


Dutch Rose (20”) – 1 block


Clay’s choice (10”) – 2 blocks


Tippecanoe (5”) – 4 blocks


Tassel Flower (20”) – 1 block


Crazy Ann (10”) – 2 blocks


Farmer’s Daughter (10”) – 1 block


Pinwheel skew (5”) – 2 blocks


Wandering Foot (20”) – 1 block


Arrowheads (20”) – 1 block


Grandmother's Choice (10”) – 1 block



If you make anything using these tutorials we would love to see! We have a Flickr group if you would like to upload any photos there :o)

5 comments:

Sue Kaiser said...

I love this!! I am going to try it out and I hope to learn a bit from lots of different block tutorials! Thanks! Sue

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