Helpful Quilt Block | Friendship Quilt

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Just like summer, the Friendship Quilt Along is flying by! It’s week 11 and time to share the helpful quilt block. This sweet little block was fun to make and the perfect project for a quick session at the machine.

Helpful Quilt Block | Friendship Quilt Along

The simplicity of the Friendship Quilt Pattern is perfect for summer. It is one of those projects that you can pick up and stitch just as block at a time without feeling guilty. Whether you are just joining us now or have been sewing along with me since go, this is one of those fun designs you can make over and over again. My goal is to help you build skills overtime so that you can have success each time at the machine.

Friendship Quilt Along Details:

 

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Throughout the summer, I have be joining friends from around the industry to make the Friendship Quit designed by Amanda Herring.  Together, we hope to inspire you to stitch along and make a few new friends along the way. Each Friday, a new block will be released and in the end, they will create this whimsical pattern pictured above.

  • Finished Quilt Size: 42″ x 42″
  • Number of Blocks: 14 blocks
  • HASHTAG: #FriendshipQAL, #BestBuds, and #BestFabricFriends

Hello Lovely- talk about happy mail! This bundle pack is the perfect quilt kit. I can not wait to start the Friendship Quilt Along. Come sew with us. Pattern by Amanda Herring.

Supplies:

*Or you could skip all that and just order the complete quilt kit here

Helpful Quilt Block:

 

This week’s quilt block requires no piecing and is beyond easy to make. The block is made from 3 fabrics and uses an appliqué technique. You will need to make 3 helpful quilt blocks to complete your quilt top.

This week is all about the helpful quilt block in the Friendship Quilt Along. Each block is easy to make and perfect for building your quilting skills.

After tracing and fusing my applique templates to the fabric, I flipped the tv and cut out all the pieces. It was kinda nice to have my hands busy while chillin’ on the couch!

Learn ways to use the open toe free motion foot within your everyday sewing projects. Remember, it's not just for quilting.

The after that, it was all about the free motion stitching. I grabbed my favorite presser foot- the open toe free motion and just had fun. The blocks went together super quick and I was done in a flash.

Let’s take a look at how my Humorous quilt block looks all stitched up.

Helpful Quilt Block - Free pattern

Helpful Quilt Block - Free pattern

Now, be sure to see what how my friends stitched up their helpful quilt block. You can see the full line up here.

 

 

 

 

 

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