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Traditional Block Thursday: Maple Leaf

Hello everyone! Glad to have you along for another Traditional Block Thursday tutorial #tbt here at Penny Rose Fabrics. We are going to continue our Half Square Triangle blocks today by showing you how to make a Maple Leaf block. This block is a traditional block that got its name from its shape. It really…

Rodeo Baby

Instructor: Shelly Pagliai Hi, it’s Shelly Pagliai (Polly-Eye), from Prairie Moon Quilts, here again with another quilt tutorial for you. This time, I’ve made a boy version and a girl version of baby quilts using pieces from the Rodeo Rider fabric line by Samantha Walker for Riley Blake Designs. The pieced block in this quilt…

Traditional Block Thursday: Churn Dash

We are back again with another Traditional Block Thursday! #tbt I am excited for this week’s block because we are going to combine two piecing techniques to make the Churn Dash block. I really love the look of this block – and the versatility. The name of the block comes from the resemblance of the…

TBT MODERN: Churn Dash

Have you been following the Traditional Block Thursday (#tbt) tutorials on our Penny Rose Fabrics blog? Bonnie has been walking us through the basics of several traditional quilt blocks. If you follow along throughout the year, you will have made enough blocks to make a beautiful sampler quilt. Yes, please! I have a confession to…

Traffic Quilt

  Hi! It’s Katie from ChooChoo Skadoo and I am so excited to be here and share this quilt with you! I am using the Pieces Of Hope 2 collection. We will be making 4 different blocks; 4 of each. A total of 16 blocks. So lets get started on our Traffic Quilt! Pieces of…

Hang Paw Quilt

Instructor: Amanda of Jedi Craft Girl I’m Amanda from Jedi Craft Girl and I can not contain my excitement for sharing my latest quilt pattern over here at Riley Blake Designs. I am a California girl through and through. I spent most of my teenage years at the beach trying to surf but really I…

Traditional Block Thursday: Shoo-Fly

I am so excited about this week’s Traditional Blog Tutorial! #tbt Printer-Friendly Version The Shoo-Fly block is one of the simplest of traditional patchworks. This is a block that a little girl might have made when beginning to learn to sew. It is named after a shoo-fly plant which is a wild plant with domed…

Traditional Block Thursday: 16-Patch Block

Today’s tutorial features our last strip-pieced block. This one is actually a mite easier than the nine-patch, so this should go quickly for you! Printer-Friendly Version Fabric needed: 2 – 3.5″ x width of fabric strips. I used two beautiful prints from Penny Rose’s Meadow collection. Put the right sides together and stitch a 1/4″…

Project Design Team Wednesday ~ Bonnie Rose Quilt

Hello Riley Blake readers!  It’s me, Melissa Corry from Happy Quilting and I am so excited to be back here at Riley Blake to share another Design Team Tutorial with you 🙂  With my upcoming book release, Irish Chain Quilts: Contemporary Twists on a Classic Design, it’s no surprise that I have Irish Chains on the brain 😉…

Military Max Quilt

Instructor: Andy Knowlton Hi Riley Blake readers, I’m Andy Knowlton from the blog, A Bright Corner. I’m sharing with you today a fun and easy tutorial to make this cute throw size quilt using the Military Max fabrics designed by Bella Blvd. The finished Military Max quilt measures about 48″ x 60″. Supplies: 3/8 yard…