Ice Crystals Quilt Block Challenge

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Ice Crystals Quilt Block Challenge
Welcome to the Ice Crystals Quilt Block Challenge! You will be creating the Ice Crystals quilt pattern, designed by the talented Toby Lischko of Gateway Quilts & Stuff. This quilt can be either paper pieced or pieced with templates. Each block includes the paper pieced images and templates. To make the templates, print out the template page and cut each individual template out around the outside lines. There are nine blocks starting with simple ones and progressively get harder. The quilt is pieced “onpoint” which means that the blocks are at a 45 degree angle and pieced with half-square and quartersquare triangles, which are called setting triangles. The finished quilt size is 58” x 58”. Find the fabric instructions and the patterns for each block below.

Ice Crystals Quilt Block Challenge: Fabric Requirements
Ice Crystals Quilt Block Challenge: Part 1
Ice Crystals Quilt Block Challenge: Part 2
Ice Crystals Quilt Block Challenge: Part 3
Ice Crystals Quilt Block Challenge: Part 4
Ice Crystals Quilt Block Challenge: Part 5
Ice Crystals Quilt Block Challenge: Finishing Instructions

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17 Responses to “Ice Crystals Quilt Block Challenge”
  1. Pat
    Pat

    I downloaded this pattern but I don’t see a picture of the finished quilt. Is there one somewhere on your website to look at? Thanks!

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  2. Nasreen Saeedi
    Nasreen Saeedi

    This Ice crystal looks quite challenging, I have not done anything like this before .

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  3. Penny Shanahan
    Penny Shanahan

    how many blocks in the Ice Crystals Quilt as I have 1,2,3,6 and 7 and instructions are there more please

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Penny!

      There are 5 parts, a beginning and ending instruction. You’ll find these in the post above.

      If you have any other questions, please email, chat, or call us at 1-855-706-3538.

      Sincerely,

      Jessica
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