Add them to all the adorable low volume four patch blocks for complete utter bliss.
I put up a portable design wall (aka a piece of batting in the wall) so that I could get my blocks in just the RIGHT places and then piddle around with them until I did. I needed this on my last quilt. 😕
I had some leftover blocks (bc I can’t count correctly), so I’ll be making a few pillow covers to go along with this one.
That deer print! It’s owning me.
So I’ve had several ask about making this quilt sonic thought I’d post some quick directions.
There are 36 4-patch blocks. Each 4-patch is made up of 5.5″low volume blocks. The unfinished size of each block is 10.5″. This will make the quilt 60″square if you layout in 6 rows of 6.
For the hearts I took some strips that were different widths, but all the lengths were between 7-10″. I sewed them together in sets of 4. Then I backed them with interfacing and cut out my hearts. Each heart is different. They are all freehand. Then of course, you just appliqué them on, I did mine raw edge with decorative stitching. All of them are slightly different.
Finished quilts should be posted tomorrow.