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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…

Squared to the Max

Instructor: Katie Ellis I am so excited to be here and share a fun project with you all. My name is Katie and I create over at ChooChoo Skadoo. I am going to share with you all how to make this adorable quilt using the Military Max collection. This is a good size quilt; 74″x94″….

Traditional Block Thursday: 9-Patch

How is the strip piecing going? We are going to mix in a little twist with the strip piecing and show you a simple 9-patch block whose layout has limitless possibilities. Most of the blocks that we will make this year use the nine-patch layout. Printer-Friendly Version Fabric needed: One 4.5″ strip x width of…

Traditional Block Thursday: Double 4-Patch

 This week for our Traditional Block Thursday tutorial, we will be continuing our love of strip-piecing by making a double 4-patch block. We will first make a 4-patch block and then we will make a larger 4-patch with the small 4-patches – thus the name of the block. Printer-Friendly VersionTo make your double 4-patch block,…