If you ever visit my grandmother’s house, don’t get too excited about the butter cookie tin on the counter. It’s secretly full of thimbles, embroidery scissors, and an assortment of thread – not cookies. (Granny isn’t trying to trick you, she just likes to squeeze every ounce of usefulness out of even the simplest of objects. Waste not, want not, right?)
In today’s new tutorial, you’ll learn how to use your binding tool as a template to create a stunning Cascade Quilt. Hooray for multitasking tools! Click HERE to watch!
Click the diagram above for a free downloadable PDF!
I just love the look of quilts that have the most beautiful flower quilt patterns… they just always look so difficult to achieve! That’s why we’ve adapted this gorgeous Prairie Flower Quilt to be made with our best friends, precuts! This one in particular is made with 10″ squares and the result is just stunning!
Here is your basic supply list as well as the finished size of the quilt if you want to make it exactly the way that Jenny Doan made it!
Click on the button to watch the tutorial and find all the supplies you need to create your own version of the Prairie Flower Quilt!