Let's take a look at this classic quilt block called Four Squares. It is fairly easy with just squares, rectangles and flying geese components and creates a secondary star design when multiple blocks are sewn together. I always like blocks that make secondary designs!
Today let's learn how to piece this beautiful Columbian Star quilt block. The block was first published by the Ladies Art Company - a company that was formed in 1889 and was the first to publish a catalog of quilt patterns with names. So that makes this star block a classic! Let's get sewing!
Today let's look at this classic quilt block called Watermill that was originally published in Grandmother Clark's Patchwork Quilt Designs circa 1930. This easy block traditionally is made with just a light and a dark fabric but I had to change it up a bit. It also looks great as a scrappy block!
Today let's sew up this really pretty Calgary Stampede quilt block. It is much easier to put together than it looks! The traditional coloring for the block is monochromatic (a dark and a medium) with a light background. But I saw flowers in the corners so I had to change up the coloring.
Welcome to the tutorial on how to make the Duck's Foot in the Mud quilt block! How can you not make this block with a name like that?!? This traditional quilt block goes by many names, including Bear Paw, and is known for its cute and playful design.