Today we have a lovely quilt block pattern from Melanie Rudy over at Quilters… Enjoy Color! Melanie has studied fashion design and sewing in her native Canada, where she currently resides. She was a FaveQuilts Top Blogger in 2014, so naturally we’re thrilled to have her on the blog today! This tutorial will teach you all you need to know about how to make a quilt block that looks like a lovely wildflower. You can find part two here, showing you how to put the quilt together! Without further ado, here’s Melanie’s quilt block pattern, originally featured over at her blog.
2 WOF (width of fabric) 2 1/2″ Dark Strips.
1 WOF 2 1/2″ Light Strip.
8 – 6 1/2″ rectangles.
2 – 12 1/2″ rectangles.
16 – 2 1/2″ squares.
Here are your cut pieces.
Sew the strips together in pairs.
Complete your block. Square to 12 1/2″.
And that’s it for the quilt block! Click here for part two, to see how Melanie put together the finished quilt. Until then, happy quilting!
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