Waves can be scary. In 1958, a landslide triggered a 1,700+ foot wave in Lituya Bay, Alaska. And here’s the wildest part: A little fishing boat was carried atop that wave, clear up the side of the forested mountains and back. But somehow, the boat, the fisherman, and his 8-year-old son came away completely unscathed!
So, yeah, waves can be super-dee-duper scary. But Jenny’s waves? They’re just fun! Click HERE to learn how to whip up gorgeous, wavy curves using our drunkard’s path template!
The Drunkard’s Path is a classic block and we have found a fun and simple spin to create a whole new block. We use all the same items as we would in a classic Drunkard’s Path but we have just added a couple 2.5″ squares.
Click HERE to watch the full tutorial and get all of your supplies!
You may take one look at The Cornered Drunkard’s Path and be tempted to run the other direction. All those little pieces! All those curves! Surely they require the skill of a well-seasoned quilting wizard, right? Wrong! Thanks to raw edge applique and snowballed corners, Jenny’s Cornered Drunkard’s Path is easy-as-pie!