Wow, this year is flying by and today, I’m sharing the very last block in the 2016 Block of the Month Sew Along. Wyoming Valley is our final make for this quilt top.
Measuring at 12″ finished, the Wyoming Valley quilt block is going to be a stunner of a focal point!
To help you achieve block success, I’ve put together a few of my favorite tips.
Wyoming Valley Quick Tips-
The first thing you’ll notice is all the cut pieces. Well, I’m not going to sugar coat things, this block requires time and patience on the cutting table. To help speed things along, I’ve reworked the the first cut to help you save yardage.
This block requires a bunch of HST’s. So it is best to mark your sew line in advance or use a laser guide if you have one.
Be sure to nest your seams to prevent bulk and issues during the quilting process.
I’m really loving this block and think I’m going to super, duper size it for a medallion style quilt when this one is finished. Ready to get started?
Hope on over here for the full instructions of our final quilt block- Wyoming Valley!
Remember, the Starry Night Quilt Sampler was designed to showcase traditional quilt blocks with a modern twist and I am so excited to see your quilt blocks come together. Be sure to share them on social media using the #StarryNightQuilt for us to see!
Well that’s it for now, be sure to take a quick break once you’ve finished because next month we digging into final assembly of our Starry Night Quilt Sampler.
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