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    Quick Four Patch Block

    A four patch is a very common unit in many different quilt patterns and is made from four pieces of fabric. While there are several different ways to create a four patch unit, Toby Lischko shows you a quick and easy way to make one that uses less time, less thread, and lays flat when…

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    Kaleidoscope Block

    Kaleidoscope quilt patterns are viewed as being very difficult patterns, however, Toby Lischko shows you that they aren’t as tricky as they look. Learn how to cut and piece a kaleidoscope quilt block in this step-by-step tutorial. Kaleidoscope Quilt Block To begin constructing the kaleidoscope quilt block, Toby explains that you will need a block…

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  • 28:51

    How to Make a Log Cabin Quilt Block

    The log cabin quilt block is a traditional quilt block that can be made in many different variations. Toby Lischko explains how to make this block, shows several log cabin quilt pattern variations that can be made to the block, and also introduces some different layouts that can be made using these blocks. Creating the…

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    3D Pinwheel Quilt Block

    Making three dimensional quilt blocks is a great way to add extra visual interest to your next quilt project. Ashley Hough shows you how to take a common pinwheel quilt block and make it into a fun 3D version. Making a 3D Pinwheel Quilt Block Before you can make the 3D pinwheel block, you must…

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    Sewing Curves

    Many fun quilt patterns are made up of curved pieces. While many quilters shy away from piecing curves because it can be more difficult than straight line piecing, Toby Lischko demonstrates expert tips for sewing curves that lay flat and smooth. Sewing Curves: The Step-by-step Technique One of the first steps in sewing curved seams…

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    How to Make a Disappearing Pinwheel Block

    A disappearing pinwheel block is a fun way to take a standard pinwheel block and make it look completely different. Ashley Hough shows you how to make two different disappearing pinwheel block variations. The Basics of Pinwheels Before you can make a disappearing pinwheel block, you have to start with a pinwheel. Ashley shows you…

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    How to Square Up Half Square Triangles

    Half square triangles are fun blocks to add to nearly any design. Because half square triangles, also referred to as HSTs, are squares made from two triangles, which have a bias edge, they can become distorted when stitched and pressed. To help keep this from happening, HSTs are generally made oversized and then trimmed down…

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    How to Sew Y Seams

    Depending on how your quilt block or overall design comes together, a Y seam might be an important step in the construction. Toby Lischko shows you how to sew Y-seams that have all of the seams matching perfect and laying flat. Y-Seam Tips Before you can learn how to sew Y-seams you must first understand…

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    How to Make a Disappearing Four Patch Quilt

    Four patches are great beginner blocks to make and can be used in nearly any quilt design- from background blocks, to main focal points to even an entire quilt made from them. Ashley Hough shows you how to make two fun alternatives to a four patch with a disappearing four patch done two different ways.…

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