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Churn Dash Quilt Block and Variation

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Churn Dash Quilt Block and Variation
So today we're going to look at the easy beginner Churn Dash quilt block. I also did a variation that I'll show at the end. This is one of those basic traditional quilt blocks that can be used in many different ways. Of course being a basic block, it has lots of other names like Broken Plate, Double Monkey Wrench, Fisherman's Reel, Puss in the Corner, and Quail's Nest to name a few!

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How to Sew a Basic Square in a Square Block

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How to Sew a Basic Square in a Square Block
The Square in a Square block is put together like the Snowball block and the Flying Geese block.

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Seesaw Traditional Quilt Block Pattern

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Seesaw Traditional Quilt Block Pattern
This traditional quilt block called Seesaw is a great beginner quilt block. It only uses four different fabrics and goes together fast! Let's get started!

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How to Sew a Basic Four-Patch Quilt Block

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How to Sew a Basic Four-Patch Quilt Block
This is probably the simplest quilt block to piece together but it can be done in numerous ways and it is the building block (no pun intended!) for so many blocks. 

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How to Sew a Basic Snowball Block

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How to Sew a Basic Snowball Block
The Snowball Block is another simple block that can be used in making other blocks and it also makes a good alternating block in a quilt.

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