Tag: Fat Quarter Quilts 2016

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Fat Quarter Quilt Patterns & Techniques!

What quilter doesn’t love a fat quarter quilt? There are more quilt patterns using fat quarters than we can count and there are just as many quilting techniques to go along with them. We’ve put together 15 of our top quilt patterns using fat quarters in a special publication called Fat Quarter Quilts. Find out more about these fat quarter quilts and their accompanying Sew Easy lessons here!

Twisted Triangles Quilt

 This fat quarter friendly quilt is great practice for piecing curves. Each quilt block features six curved triangles arranged in a hexagon shape. Our Sew Easy quilting video tutorials for cutting 60-degree Pyramids and using the Twisted Triangle Template makes this beautiful quilt a breeze. Finished Size: 56″ × 84″  |  Rating: Challenging  |  Designed…

Courthouse Stars Quilt

Courthouse Stars is the ultimate scrap quilt featuring two favorite quilt blocks– a star quilt block and courthouse steps. The Fons & Porter staff teaches you how to make Quick Hourglass Units in a free video tutorial (fonsandporter.com/hourglass) and Trim Oversize Hourglass Units

A Girl’s Best Friend Quilt

This twin-sized quilt features bright, pieced diamonds in prints and solids. The combination of prints and solids gives this quilt dimension. For more efficient and easier cutting and piecing, use the 60° Pyramid Ruler and the Diamond Ruler offered below. To learn more about these rulers, watch these free quilting video tutorials: Sew Easy: Cutting 60°…

Emeralds Quilt

Designer Mary Fons goes green with her interpretation of the traditional Rolling Stone block. Love of Quilting, episode 2113, was all about the Emeralds quilt and how to make it. Watch Love of Quilting on QNNtv.com! Finished Size: 68″ × 85″  |  Finished Blocks: 32 (12″) Rolling Stone blocks  |  Rating: Intermediate  |  Designed by Mary Fons…

Checkboxes

Bundles of shot cottons purchased at International Quilt Festival inspired Marianne’s update of traditional Album Cross blocks. A friend, who’d recently taken a web design class, noticed the block’s resemblance to online checkboxes and, voilà, this quilt had a name. If you’re looking for fat quarter quilts, Checkboxes might be your final stop. To learn more…